January 22, 2009
by Canadian Packaging Staff
Nulogy Corporation, the leading provider of turnkey supply-chain management solutions for contract packagers, has been named to Red Herring Magazine‘s Global 100 list.
Regarded by technology industry executives, investors, and observers, the annual list is an invaluable instrument to discover promising startups that could lead the next wave of disruption and innovation. Previous winners of this award include Google, YouTube, Netscape, and Salesforce.com.
Alex Vieux, CEO of Red Herring and host of the event, described Nulogy as "one of the most exciting start-ups of the year". The awards were announced at the Global08 conference held by the business technology magazine in San Diego, California on January 16, 2009.
The award process began over a year ago with a selection of more than 1200 private companies in the technology, media, and telecom industries from over 25 countries around the world. Winners were picked by a team of business and technology experts.
“Judges were looking for companies that are adding clear value to customers,” said Jason Tham, CEO of Nulogy, ‘The emphasis was on solid businesses with an opportunity to revolutionize their industry. The economy will continue to be tough in ’09, but we see great opportunity this year for our solutions which help companies preserve cash and customers to survive and even grow in these times.”
The Global 100 award is the second recognition of its kind in as many weeks. To start the year, the Premier of Ontario named Nulogy as part of a select group of companies demonstrating exceptional innovation, leadership and growth potential.
Nulogy’s PackManager product suite optimizes contract packaging operations through real-time management of inventory, production, costing and quoting, and optimizes packaging operations in several Fortune 500 supply-chains.
For more information on the Nulogy, please visit: www.nulogy.com.