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InfinityQS Recognized on Food Logistics’ 2012 FL100

InfinityQS International, Inc., the global authority on Manufacturing Intelligence and enterprise quality, today announced that it has been named to Food Logistics’ 2012 FL100. Food Logistics, the only publication dedicated exclusively to the food and beverage supply chain, this week announced the ninth annual FL100 list, which will appear in the November/December 2012 issue.

Each year, the editors of Food Logistics recognize 100 software and technology providers that help food and beverage manufacturers, foodservice distributors, and grocery retailers attain their business goals. The FL100 is comprised of software providers as well as equipment and technology companies whose products and services play a significant role in food and beverage supply chains.

“With the evolution of the food supply chain, software and technology providers are playing a more critical role in addressing needs such as end-to-end visibility and collaboration, traceability, regulatory compliance, risk management, sustainability, and cost containment,” notes Lara L. Sowinski, editor-in-chief of Food Logistics. “Technology is the competitive differentiator for companies in our industry who need to stay ahead of dynamic changes in the marketplace.”

Michael A. Lyle, president and CEO, InfinityQS, said, “Food and beverage manufacturers are under an increased amount of pressure to meet traceability and compliance requirements, such as those set forth by the Food Safety and Modernization Act (FSMA). InfinityQS has taken extra strides in making sure our enterprise quality hub, ProFicient, provides food and beverage customers with the tools to maintain compliance – including the ability to produce necessary audits and prevent recalls by connecting quality information from disparate data sources.”

ProFicient is a proven enterprise quality hub powered by a centralized SPC analysis engine. With flexible cloud-based or on-premise deployment options, ProFicient enables manufacturers to proactively monitor, analyze and report on Manufacturing Intelligence to improve quality, decrease costs and make more strategic business decisions.

After receiving applications from end users and software and technology providers, the editorial staff reviewed over 165 submissions to compile this year’s list. Companies who earned a spot on the FL100 list are featured in the November/December 2012 issue of Food Logistics, as well as online at www.foodlogistics.com.

The FL100 is not a ranking. The alphabetical list has been designed to help the readers of Food Logistics identify the leading software and technology providers in the food and beverage industry.

About Food Logistics

Food Logistics is published by Cygnus Business Media, a leading diversified business-to-business media company. The publication serves the information needs of executives involved in various aspects of the food and beverage supply chain. Through our print and online products, we provide news, trends, and best practices that help more than 24,000 grocery and foodservice suppliers, distributors, and retailers make better business decisions. Visit us online at www.foodlogistics.com.

About Cygnus Business Media

Cygnus Business Media is an internationally recognized business-to-business media company. Our diverse portfolio serves 15 market categories with print and interactive products, and live events. Through our media, we reach more than 1.7 million print subscribers, nearly 1 million industry professionals via our Custom Marketing services, and we attract almost 2 million unique visitors to our Web sites each month.

Combined with the thousands of business people attending our live events, Cygnus Business Media can provide comprehensive, integrated advertising and marketing programs. Cygnus can help you establish and enhance your brand, increase awareness, generate sales leads, and strengthen your customer relationships. For more information on how Cygnus Business Media can help you achieve your advertising and marketing objectives, please contact your Cygnus sales representative, or visit www.cygnusb2b.com.

About InfinityQS International, Inc.

InfinityQS International, Inc.® is the global authority on Manufacturing Intelligence and enterprise quality. The company’s enterprise quality hub, ProFicient, delivers real-time visibility from the shop floor, across the enterprise and into the supply chain, allowing top manufacturers to take control of quality. Powered by a centralized statistical process control (SPC) engine, ProFicient software leverages Manufacturing Intelligence to help global manufacturers improve product quality, decrease costs, maintain compliance and make smarter, data-driven business decisions. Headquartered in Chantilly, Va., and founded in 1989, InfinityQS now serves more than 2,500 of the world’s top manufacturers with over 40,000 active licenses globally. For more information, visit www.infinityqs.com.

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