Omnichain™, an enterprise focused on providing intelligent supply chain management solutions, announces that Neil Soni, Vice President of Sales and Business Development Strategy, and Diane Sullivan, Vice President of Product and Operations, have been named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2020 listing of Pros to Know in the supply chain industry. Neil has also earned a spot on this year’s Food Logistics Champions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain award list in recognition of his contributions in the food & beverage space.
Presented by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine, the Pros to Know list honors executives that are leading initiatives to help their clients and the supply chain community at large prepare for the significant challenges of today’s business climate. The Food LogisticsChampions: Rock Stars of the Supply Chain awards then focus specifically on the food & beverage industry, highlighting individuals whose achievements have shaped and attained milestones in safety, efficiency, productivity and innovation in the global food supply chain.
Omnichain’s executives were recognized for helping consumer brands and retailers across multiple industries build more transparent, connected, and proactive supply chains using distributed ledger technology, commonly known as blockchain. In his role at Omnichain, Neil works directly with clients—including numerous food & beverage brands—to identify their supply chain challenges and propose blockchain-enabled solutions.
Meanwhile, Diane architects Omnichain’s Blockchain-as-a-Service (BaaS) software platform, an end-to-end solution designed to connect disparate supply chain data and simplify operations through intelligent process automation. Omnichain’s clients thereby gain complete source-to-shelf visibility and can solve their toughest challenges in product lifecycle management; omnichannel fulfillment; channel allocation; demand planning and replenishment; sustainable sourcing; and maintaining ethical business practices.
Pratik Soni, founder and CEO of Omnichain, said, “Distributed ledger technology for the supply chain is maturing each day. Now, it’s ready to break down data silos and connect once-fragmented networks around the globe, which will significantly strengthen industries like food & beverage where transparency and traceability is critical. I’m proud to have such dedicated professionals on our team, whose work has demonstrated that distributed ledger truly is a tangible solution for brands and retailers of all sizes—ultimately driving the technology’s adoption in the supply chain at large. Congratulations to Neil and Diane for these much-deserved wins, and to all the other impressive recipients on this years’ award lists!”
The full list of this year’s Pros to Know can be found on Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s website at www.sdcexec.com, while the Food Logistics Champions will be profiled online at www.foodlogistics.com and in the March issue of the magazine.
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