Omnichain Solutions (Omnichain), an enterprise focused on supply chain management solutions powered by Blockchain, announces its continued expansion with the addition of five new team members. Each one brings extensive experience to their respective departments, including technical sales, B2B sales, customer success, development and product engineering.
Omnichain was founded by global supply chain business expert Pratik Soni and software innovator Ray Young. The company offers consumer packaged goods companies a customer-centric platform that provides end-to-end visibility for holistic, demand-driven supply chain management and proactive decision making.
Over the past year, Omnichain has built a solid momentum with a growing list of clients, including frozen food brand Ruby Rockets, reverse logistics specialists Segue, watch company BREDA, and apparel brand RomperJack, among many others. Omnichain and its executives have received several industry awards. This includes Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s Pros to Know, Food Logistics’ 100+ Top Software and Technology Providers, and the Red Herring Top 100 North America Award for most promising private technology ventures.
Pratik Soni, co-founder and CEO, Omnichain, said, “We are thrilled to expand our team. I am confident that each new recruit will help drive additional growth for our company, improving our outreach to prospective users, solidifying our current relationships and furthering the innovation of our platform. This is an exciting time for the supply chain industry at large, the evolution of Blockchain, the Los Angeles tech community and for Omnichain as a company.”
To learn more about Omnichain and its distributed ledger technology, visit www.omnichains.com.
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