TradeBeyond receives 2024 Top Supply Chain Projects Award for work with Party City


TradeBeyond, provider of supply chain solutions, has been honoured with a 2024 Top Supply Chain Projects Award for its work digitalising Party City’s supply chain. Presented by the publications Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics, the award recognises innovative projects designed to automate, optimise, streamline and improve supply chains. 
TradeBeyond was awarded for its partnership with Party City on a dramatic overhaul of the company’s supply chain operations. A global leader in the celebrations industry, Party City leveraged TradeBeyond’s trusted multi-enterprise platform to significantly enhance operational efficiency across its entire supply chain, from product development to sourcing and logistics. 

TradeBeyond's platform transformed Party City's vendor onboarding and purchase order management processes and introduced critical path management tools, e-signature functionalities, and Work-in-Progress (WIP) tracking, streamlining approvals and enabling real-time progress monitoring. 
“We’re proud that the industry has recognised our partnership with Party City to advance efficiency and innovation in their supply chain,” said TradeBeyond CEO Michael Hung. “Our collaboration with Party City demonstrates the transformative power of our platform in optimising supply chain operations for many of the world’s largest brands and retailers.” 
“The past 12 months has seen companies within the supply chain and logistics space upgrade, enhance, adopt and adapt in order to achieve greater efficiency along the chain. Companies implemented others' software and technology to work smarter, together. Their partnerships cultivated resilience and placed a spotlight on projects designed to make the supply chain space safer and more efficient,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. “And, now it's time to celebrate those projects.” 

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