TGI Awarded Food Logistics FL100 Award for its Enterprise 21 ERP Software
Toledo, OH – December 16, 2009 – Technology Group International (TGI), a manufacturing and distribution software provider to small and mid-market food processors and distributors, announced today that has been awarded Food Logistics magazine’s 2009 FL100 award for its fully-integrated Enterprise 21 ERP software suite and strong presence in the food and beverage industry. 2009 marks the second consecutive year TGI has been selected to receive the Food Logistics FL100 award.
Scott Smith, TGI’s President and Chief Executive Officer, stated, “We are thrilled to receive the FL 100 award for the second consecutive year. We appreciate Food Logistics magazine’s recognition of Enterprise 21 is an ideal food ERP software solution. Over the years, we have seen tremendous growth in our market share in the food and beverage industry, and we fully expect that trend to continue in 2010 and beyond.”
TGI’s Enterprise 21 ERP is a fully-integrated food processing and food distribution software solution. Enterprise 21 features complete bi-directional lot tracking and traceability, formula and recipe management, ingredient substitution, shelf life tracking, and built-in quality control measures. Enterprise 21 also delivers integrated production planning, scheduling, and reporting, catch weight processing, scalable batches, order management and customer service, warehouse management, purchasing, and supplier relationship management in a single ERP solution.
Food Logistics is published by Cygnus Business Media, a leading diversified business-to-business media company. The magazine serves the information needs of food, beverage and consumer packaged goods executives involved in warehousing, transportation and information technology, as well as third-party and refrigerated service providers. Through Food Logistics’ print and online products, the magazine provides news, trends and best practices that help more than 24,000 grocery and foodservice suppliers, distributors and retailers make better business decisions.