BOSTON--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--Trace One, a global leader in private label, product lifecycle management (PLM) solutions for retailers, manufacturers and suppliers, was twice named a bronze Steve® Award winner in the product lifecycle management (PLM) category at the 2013 American Business Awards (ABAs) at San Francisco’s Julia Morgan Ballroom on Monday evening.
“Computer Services – Company of the Year”
Trace One’s Packaging Manager, which provides a collaborative, cloud-based environment for package design, was honored with the bronze award in both the “New Product/Service Collaboration Software” and “Computer Services – Company of the Year” categories. More than 250 executives attended the event.
“These awards reinforce Trace One’s leadership in the private label lifecycle and supply chain management industries. We look forward to continued success and validation as we grow and strengthen our presence in new markets, and provide new solutions that improve stakeholder collaboration, consumer safety and confidence, and supply chain efficiency,” said Jerome Malavoy, founder and CEO of Trace One.
More than 3,200 nominations were submitted from organizations of all sizes and in virtually every industry this year, and more than 320 executives nationwide participated in judging to determine this year’s Gold, Silver and Bronze Stevie Award winners.
About Trace One
Trace One was created in 2001 and launched the first collaborative, SaaS platform for managing the development and quality of private-label products. The Trace One user community spans the globe from Europe to North America to Asia, and the company has offices in Boston, Chicago, Paris, London, Madrid, Hong Kong, and Bentonville, Ark. Its mission is to drive food and non-food product innovation, support brand protection, and accelerate time-to-market for retailers, manufacturers and food service companies. Trace One is committed to enabling collaborative processes between retailers and manufacturers, thereby optimizing the sourcing, tendering, launching and development of consumer goods, while controlling product information and ensuring product and food safety. This not only supports the protection of brands, but also maximizes profitability and competitiveness throughout the product lifecycle management process.