JustEnough Software CEO Recognized As 2012 Provider Pro To Know

Buxton was chosen for his unique perspective on how today’s retailers and suppliers can leverage innovative product design to tackle their toughest demand and supply management challenges

Newport Beach, Calif. – JustEnough Software, a leading provider of demand management solutions for retailers, distributors and brand owners worldwide, today announced that the Company’s President and Chief Executive Officer, Malcolm Buxton, was recognized as a 2012 Provider Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine.

Buxton was chosen for his unique perspective on how today’s retailers and suppliers can leverage innovative product design to tackle their toughest demand and supply management challenges – all while eliminating their reliance on spreadsheets and disparate, complicated and often-outdated software.

“I am honored to be chosen as one of this year’s Provider Pros to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive,” Buxton said. “What sets JustEnough apart from the competition is the fact that we take complexity out of the retail and supply chain planning processes, as well as deliver quick time to value and easy user adoption. This is because our solutions have all been organically developed and share a common architecture, database and user experience.”

Buxton continued, “JustEnough’s solutions are the same whether they’re implemented on site or deployed via the cloud. And, we can integrate fully and seamlessly with any legacy ERP or CRM systems. The result is a fast return on investment and lower total cost of ownership for companies looking for best-of-breed technology that will help them build accurate demand and sales forecasts, plan effective assortments and allocations, reduce inventory costs and shape customer demand.”

The annual Supply & Demand Chain Executive Provider Pros to Know Awards recognize individuals from software firms and service providers, consultancies or academia who have helped their supply chain clients or the supply chain community at large prepare to meet the significant challenges of today’s business climate.

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