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Fine Tune Named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s SDCE 100 Top Supply Chain Projects for 2020

CHICAGO, Ill. – June 17, 2020 – Fine Tune, a provider of ‘nuisance expense’ management solutions, announced today that Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the executive’s user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, has selected it as a recipient of an SDCE 100 Award for 2020.

The SDCE 100 spotlights successful and innovative projects that deliver bottom-line value to small, medium and large enterprises across the range of supply chain functions.

Fine Tune was recognized for helping Flint Group, one of the largest providers to the printing and packaging industry worldwide, save over $2.7M in uniform service costs since 2005.

Projects like this serve as a map for supply chain executives looking for new opportunities to drive improvement in their own operations. These projects also show how supply chain solution and service providers help their customers and clients achieve supply chain excellence and prepare their supply chains for success.

“We are honored to be named to the SDCE 100,” said Rich Ham, CEO of Fine Tune. “Earning this recognition from one of the top supply chain trade magazines validates our approach to tackling the ‘nuisance expense’ dilemma while helping procurement and operations teams achieve bottom-line results. I’m delighted on behalf of all the ‘Tuners’ as well as our longtime client, Flint Group.”

“Innovation is essential in driving the supply chain industry forward, and thanks to these valuable partnerships, companies of all sizes are able to achieve success in projects that matter,” said Marina Mayer, editor for Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “From business intelligence systems and supply and demand planning to inventory reduction and procurement solutions, the SDCE 100 offers proof-of-concept that with the right planning and execution, anything is possible.”

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