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LLamasoft EVP Presents at Vicenda Executive Forums in South Africa on Supply Chain Modeling Techniques to Find Hidden Costs

July 25, 2013

Ann Arbor, MI (July 25, 2013) – LLamasoft, the global leader in supply chain design software solutions, has announced that Toby Brzoznowski, Executive Vice President and Co-founder of LLamasoft will present at two Vicenda Executive Forums in South Africa this week. Brzoznowski will present at the Mount Nelson Hotel in Cape Town on July 26 and in Johannesburg at the Southern Sun O.R. Tambo on July 30.

Vicenda, an innovative services company delivering business information services to the logistics and supply chain industry, invited renowned supply chain speaker Toby Brzoznowski to deliver his newest presentation: Found Money: Using Modeling Technology to Find Hidden Costs in Your Supply Chain. In addition to highlighting key supply chain modeling technologies, Brzoznowski uses real-life examples to describe how these techniques have been used by industry leaders to “find hidden money” in the supply chain.

According to Brzoznowski, “There are numerous supply chain cost saving opportunities that are hidden just below the surface at most companies and today’s savvy executives are using supply chain design software to find them”.

As co-founder of LLamasoft, Inc., Brzoznowski is a supply chain industry expert, specializing in thought leadership, and his expertise has been applied to bringing new and advanced technologies into mainstream use at global Fortune 500 businesses. He is a highly sought after supply chain design speaker and author (publications, white papers, presentations) and over the last 20 years, he has consulted with supply chain professionals at hundreds of companies around the world to optimize and improve their operations. Brzoznowski has been involved in the start-up of three technology companies and is a graduate of The University of Michigan.

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LLamasoft, Inc.
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