|By Marketwired .||
|July 22, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - July 22, 2014) - BizSlate Inc., an innovative Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider of Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solutions for small and medium sized distribution businesses (SMBs), announced today that former Loehmann's Chief Executive Officer Steven Newman has joined BizSlate's Board of Directors. In his new position, Mr. Newman will advise the company on strategy and operations.
Mr. Newman brings over 30 years of retail leadership and supply chain experience to BizSlate's Board of Directors. Prior to joining BizSlate, Mr. Newman served as the Chief Executive Officer of Loehmann's, the President of Brooks Brothers, the President of Eddie Bauer, the President of Ashley Stewart, and Executive Vice President of New York & Company.
"It is with great pleasure that I join BizSlate's Board of Directors," stated Mr. Newman. "Evidenced by the pre-launch attention the company is receiving from the media along with customer interest, BizSlate is onto something incredible and in high demand. Marc Kalman is a hard working passionate leader with a clear understanding of the market and supply chain industry. I am excited to join the team and bring my retail leadership expertise to help drive accelerated growth for the company."
A recent winner of Supply & Demand Chain Executive's Top 100 Supply Chain Projects for 2014, BizSlate is revolutionizing the way small distribution businesses in apparel, footwear, housewares, and consumer goods manage their customers, vendors, orders, inventory, logistics, and their overall supply chain. Focused on helping SMBs solve real problems they face on a daily basis throughout their supply chain, BizSlate ERP is the first application that blends enterprise capabilities with ease-of-use, mobility, and affordability. The software's unique and disruptive design comes from a management team with over 3 decades of supply chain and software experience.
We are excited to welcome Steven to our Board of Directors," said Marc Kalman, founder and Chief Executive Officer of BizSlate. "His experience in supply chain, business strategy, and operations is invaluable to our team as BizSlate enters the next phase of growth and evolution."
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 www.bizslate.com.
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