We are very excited to launch the new supplyFORCE website, mysupplyforce.com. After months of careful thought, hard work, and intention, we created a website that features our favorite elements: fresh design, easy navigation, and a simple message!
As we find ourselves adjusting to working in a remote setting, many new challenges present themselves. One of which is centered around cyber security and what IT departments are doing to keep their systems and infrastructure free of viruses, malware, ransomware, and hacking attempts. There are many tools like security software, hard drive encryption, system scans, and the list goes on but the most effective weapon at our disposal is user education.
VP, IT & Digital Transformation
Data is described as acts or information, especially when examined and used to find out things or to make decisions. It’s information that has been translated into a form that is efficient for measurement or processing.
“In God, we trust, all others must bring data.” — William Edwards Deming
The US Department of Commerce defines Sustainable Manufacturing as: “The creation of manufactured products that use processes that minimize negative environmental impacts, conserve energy and natural resources, are safe for employees, communities, and consumers and are economically sound.”
When you think of the word sustainability, what comes to mind?
Sales Support Manager
(King of Prussia, PA) – supplyFORCE announced today that after a comprehensive and meticulous search, they have chosen Ljupco Icevski as the new President and CEO of supplyFORCE. Ljupco will join supplyFORCE effective September 16, 2019. Ljupco and John Burke, current President & CEO of supplyFORCE, will have the opportunity to work closely together until John’s departure on December 31, 2019, allowing ample time to ensure a smooth transition and a thorough on-boarding for this critical role in leading supplyFORCE.