CSC, a global leader in providing technology-enabled business solutions and services, was named in Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine’s 10th Annual 100 list for their work on the U.S. Army’s Logistic Modernization Program (LMP).
The list of 100 showed projects that made an impact on customers in the past year. Companies were judged on the subjects of determination, creativity, solutions, services and results from their projects.
“We’re honored to be recognized for our work on the LMP project that is anticipated to deliver bottom-line value and cost savings,” said James W. Sheaffer (pictured), president of CSC’s North American Public Sector. “LMP allows soldiers to get needed supplies faster, while also equipping Defense leaders and Army commanders with real-time visibility into inventory, requisition and distribution checkpoints.”
LMP, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) operation, was made to improve the productivity and effectiveness of the U.S. Army in supporting U.S. soldiers. Finished in October 2010, LMP is now one of the world’s largest, supply chain, maintenance, repair planning and performance solutions. It manages about $22 billion in inventory, as well as participates with more than 70 Department of Defense systems in delivering supplies.