Jerry Skuchko of Archrock
recognized for his impactful leadership and innovation in Supply Chain Management
KPIT (BSE: 532400; NSE: KPIT), a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), congratulates their client for winning the prestigious 2017 Oracle Excellence Awards. Mr. Jerry Skuchko, Analyst Supply Chain Systems, Archrock, is the winner of the Oracle Excellence Award for Supply Chain Management. During the Oracle Modern Supply Chain Experience 2018 conference, Mr. Skuchko was recognized for demonstrating excellence in supply chain, and demonstrating leadership and technology vision in the successful deployment of Oracle products. The winners were selected by a panel of Oracle executives and industry experts who considered factors, including the business benefits and innovation delivered to their organization.
Jerry Skuchko, Analyst Supply Chain Systems, Archrock
"My team, along with KPIT, successfully implemented Oracle Product Hub Cloud
which completed and standardized product data. Now, we can find necessary product information in one place, and we’re positioned perfectly for future e-commerce endeavors. We reduced item search time by 30 percent, new item request time by 25 percent and new item request approval time by 25 percent. And false positives are now at less than 1 percent. We are honored to have received this award and thank KPIT for their guidance and expertise in helping us to be successful."
Baljeet Chhazal, President and Global Head - Integrated Enterprise Solutions SBU, KPIT
" We congratulate our customer Archrock in achieving the Oracle Supply Chain Management Excellence award. Their commitment to innovation by streamlining data maintenance has given them a competitive advantage and positioned them for future growth. We are proud to have contributed to Archrock's journey to succeed in this digital economy."
Pictured: Cindy Johns, Director of Inventory and Warehouse, Archrock (L) and Jerry Skuchko, Analyst Supply Chain Systems, Archrock (R)
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