SOURCE: BizSlate


February 14, 2013 07:55 ET

BizSlate CEO Wins "Pros to Know" Award From SDCE

Marc Kalman Honored by Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Feb 14, 2013) - BizSlate Inc., today announced its chief executive officer, Marc Kalman, had been named a winner in the 13th annual "Pros to Know" Awards held by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. This marks the fifth consecutive year Kalman has won the award.

Kalman was awarded for his ongoing dedication, commitment and passion to helping small businesses revolutionize, improve and streamline the way they manage their supply chains through BizSlate. The company's Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) supply chain solution comes with a host of features that cut order processing time by up to 90 percent and let wholesale and distribution companies monitor and quickly diagnose operational issues at a fraction of the cost of conventional enterprise-resource-planning solutions.

"Being named one of the 'Pros to Know' and being placed in such distinctive company as my co-winners is a great honor," said Kalman, who founded BizSlate. "In an economic time such as this that relies more than ever on small and mid-sized companies, I am very proud to have BizSlate recognized for its ability to let businesses compete effectively on the world stage."

BizSlate offers cloud-based ERP with powerful supply chain tools that drastically reduce the cost of inventory, while improving shipping timing and accuracy. Before starting BizSlate, Kalman was the CEO of eZCom, a leading Software-as-a-Service electronic data interchange (EDI) provider.

About BizSlate:

BizSlate's Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution enables small and mid-sized distribution businesses to compete on the global stage. By solving supply chain and operational problems, BizSlate is revolutionizing the management of customers, vendors, orders, and logistics, at a fraction of the cost of conventional ERP solutions. To learn more about BizSlate, please visit

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