DALLAS – Dec. 12, 2018 – SymphonyAI, the leading global provider of Artificial Intelligence-enabled decision platforms, solutions and customer-centric insights that drive validated growth for retailers and CPG manufacturers, announced today that it was selected as a recipient of the 2018 Supply and Demand Chain Executive Green Supply Chain Awards.
The Green Supply Chain Award recognizes providers of supply chain solutions and services assisting their customers in achieving measurable sustainability goals. This year’s 10th annual awards recognize small, mid-size and large enterprises that leveraged green practices and solutions to further drive sustainable improvements in their supply chain solutions.
“This year’s award recipients place a critical emphasis on green initiatives within their companies and supply chains,” said John R. Yuva, editor, Supply and Demand Chain Executive. “Entries provide examples of innovative approaches and impressive metrics of sustainability programs. We congratulate this year’s honorees for their commitment to sustainability and recognize their tremendous achievements. Our honorees serve as role models for supply chains globally to expand their reach and impact of green leadership.”
SymphonyAI’s supply chain solutions include AI-enabled demand forecasting, which helps retailers accurately forecast demand, moving items off the shelf faster, avoiding spoilage and fresh food waste. By accurately forecasting demand, the supply chain can adjust for changes in order quantities, fulfillment execution, logistics around efficient transport routes and more in the supply chain, which ultimately reduces waste.
“Grocers are a culprit in the food waste problem, as managing items with a short shelf life has traditionally proved to be difficult,” said Patrick Buellet, Chief Strategy Officer, SymphonyAI. “Working with customers that includes some of the world’s largest grocers, SymphonyAI leverages artificial intelligence, machine learning and rich data management to help retailers reduce waste and spoilage of perishable goods and prepared foods.”
SymphonyAI’s supply chain customers include Action, Dollar General, Intermarché, REMA 1000, Smart and Final, Southeastern Grocers, and SpartanNash.
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SymphonyAI is the leading global provider of Artificial Intelligence-enabled decision platforms, solutions and customer-centric insights that drive validated growth for retailers and CPG manufacturers, from customer intelligence to personalized marketing, and merchandising and category management, to supply chain and retail operations. SymphonyAI is innovating rapidly to drive faster, more profitable decisions through AI, machine learning and voice technologies. We are trusted by over 1,200 organizations including 15 of the world’s 25 largest grocery retailers, thousands of retail brands, and hundreds of national and regional chains worldwide to help solve their toughest business problems, through AI-powered customer intelligence and retail solutions. SymphonyAI was formed in 2018, merging Symphony GOLD and Symphony EYC. SymphonyAI is a SymphonyAI company. More at www.symphonyretailai.com. Follow us on Twitter: @symphonyretail.
SymphonyAI is a group of companies that provide the leading AI-centric solutions for transforming the business enterprise by driving revenue growth and operational excellence, for the retail, CPG, healthcare and industrial verticals, and for finance, IT and other key enterprise horizontal functions. Founded by Dr. Romesh Wadhwani, SymphonyAI is one of the fastest growing companies in the business-to-business AI solutions sector with revenue this year of $275 million and 1,500 employees. More at www.symphonyai.com.
Ketner Group Communications (for SymphonyAI)