Elemica Cited As “Top Company to Watch in 2018″
Silicon Review Selects Best 30 Small Companies to Watch in 2018
Wayne, PA– October 2, 2018 – Elemica, the leading Digital Supply Network for process manufacturing industries, was recently featured in Silicon Review magazine as one of the 30 Best Small Companies to Watch in 2018.
Silicon Review interviewed Elemica CEO John Blyzinskyj for a history on the company, its expansion plans and market advantages of Elemica offerings. The publication is the world’s most trusted online and print community for business and technology professionals. The article can be read here: https://thesiliconreview.com/magazines/an-interview-with-john-blyzinskyj-elemica-inc–ceo-we-enable-the-digital-transformation-of-our-clients-global-supply-chains/.
“Elemica has expanded their product line and company direction to address the key issues and challenges of the process manufacturing industry as companies begin to transform their supply chains with digital technologies,” said John Blyzinskyj, CEO of Elemica. “This is a big honor for the company, being recognized as a Top Company to Watch, and cements our position in the marketplace for helping businesses with their digital transformation journey.”
Elemica provides a robust next-gen platform, the Digital Supply Network, that allows companies to digitally transform by automating manual processes, creating supply chain visibility from end-to-end, and fostering collaboration among supply chain partners. The application suite enables clients to manage the processes for the products they buy, sell, move and see across their supply chain network. Together, these applications and the underlying network enable organizations to connect, automate, anticipate and transform their businesses for growth.
Elemica is the leading Digital Supply Network for the process manufacturing industries. Elemica accelerates digital transformation by connecting, automating, anticipating and then transforming inter-business supply chain processes for the products they buy, sell, and move. Launched in 2000, customers process over $500B in commerce annually on the network.