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CEO Kurt Cavano named 2008 Supply & Demand Chain Executive
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Mar '08
TradeCard Inc the leading provider of extended supply chain solutions, announced that CEO Kurt Cavano has been named to the 2008 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pros to Know listing.

The award recognizes Cavano for helping clients build a 21st century supply chain and his ability to:
- Impact clients' view on the role of technology in enabling the 21st century economy
- Employ processes and technologies to move clients toward an extended supply chain vision
- Help clients achieve results by moving toward a demand driven supply chain

"The 21st century extended supply chain is enabled by technology, global support and innovative online financial services that allow trade partners to rapidly connect, transact and profit," said Kurt Cavano, CEO of TradeCard Inc.

"Companies that excel in the future will need to manage complex multi-level supply chain networks and control supply chain risk through better visibility and flexibility.

TradeCard is a smart network that is already doing just that for more than 20,000 individual users in 45 countries."

Supply & Demand Chain Executive Provider Pros to Know is a listing of individuals from a software firm or service provider, consultancy, or analyst or research firm who have personally helped clients build their 21st century supply chain, including their view on the role of technology in enabling the 21st century economy, the processes and technologies employed to move the clients toward this vision, and the results that the clients are realizing from moving toward this vision.


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