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Optiant and Competitive Logistics Ink Deal

Competitive Logistics LLC and Optiant, Inc. announced a new partnership that will help companies develop and implement inventory strategies that reduce exposure to constant fluctuations in supply and demand. Competitive Logistics will offer Optiant's award-winning supply chain design software, PowerChain 4.0, as part of its portfolio of solutions for designing and optimizing supply chains that drive sustainable profit margins.

Competitive Logistics believes Optiant's solution will meet the growing needs of its customer base, which includes many of the world's best-known food and beverage, retail and consumer goods companies. Within these highly competitive markets, flexible supply chains help companies successfully navigate ever-changing consumer demand and unpredictable supply caused by uncertain economic conditions.

Optiant enables global companies to collaboratively design real-world supply chains that balance the critical decisions that are made at all stages of the product delivery process -- from materials procurement to distribution. Optiant's PowerChain allows stakeholders to quickly evaluate the impact of choices on broader business issues such as cost, time-to-market and customer satisfaction, and make the best possible decisions.

Competitive Logistics' People. Process. Technology (PPT) approach helps organizations overcome real-world implementation hurdles, improve revenue and gain market share. CL's approach is to effectively combine the right tools with practical guidance that is needed to design and implement optimized supply chains. The company focuses on the implementation of carefully designed logistic solutions designed to minimize the chances for failure and therefore provide bottom-line results. CL's methodologies are particularly critical in the area of decision support where the difference between theoretical versus actual savings can be dramatic.

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