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Supply Chain Software listings:
440-951-7660
The Kennedy Group
1 (214) 988-3119
Transnorm System
TZA
TZA helps clients improve workforce and operational performance, reduce costs and drive continuous improvement across their supply chain with ProTrack Labor Management Software to plan, monitor and measure labor performance, Workforce Management Services to engage and empower managers and associates, and Supply Chain Consulting to optimize processes, facilities and equipment.
3880 Salem Lake Drive
Long Grove, Illinois 60047
United States
1 (847) 540-6543
1 (800) 229-3450
www.tza.com

800-777-6092
Upp Technology
410-847-1900
UPS Logistics Technologies
1 (616) 977-3950
Viastore Systems
815-776-9470
Wave Reaction
717-764-1115
Westfalia Technologies

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