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Food Logistics Selects AFS Technologies as Top 100 Software and Technology Provider

Food Logistics, the only publication exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors in the food supply chain, has announced the ninth-annual Food Logistics Top 100 (FL Top 100) Technology Companies. Once again, AFS Technologies has been recognized as a top software and technology provider.

The FL Top 100 is a comprehensive list of software, hardware and IT service providers whose products and services are crucial to the global food supply chain. The FL Top 100 list is divided into 19 categories and provides valuable information regarding technology providers including AFS, who focus on technology solutions to support the entire supply chain.

AFS distinguishes itself in the ability to provide solutions in all areas of the supply chain, from the manufacturer, to broker, logistics provider, distributor and the operator. “Our organization is very proud to be recognized once again this year as one of the industry’s leading providers of technology solutions,” noted Kurien Jacob, CEO of AFS Technologies.

“As food production and consumption changes in the 21st century, so too will food logistics,” notes Lara L. Sowinski, editor-in-chief at Food Logistics. As for the FL Top 100 list selections, Lara remarks, “Each year, these providers deliver even more intelligent, intuitive, robust, and often more affordable solutions that help our industry attain higher levels of productivity, safety, and competitiveness.”

About AFS Technologies, Inc.

AFS Technologies, Inc. is the leading provider of business enterprise and on-demand software solutions. The company serves over 1,500 customers across the Americas and in 40 countries with a portfolio of solutions for the consumer packaged goods, food and beverage, logistics and financial segments. AFS technology solutions are designed to help companies reduce costs, improve efficiency, increase sales and margins, streamline internal processes, facilitate data synchronization, and assist in regulatory compliance. All AFS solutions utilize service-oriented architecture (SOA) built with Microsoft .NET framework technology. With a focus on modular design, the solutions allow customers in manufacturing, sales agencies, distribution, and complex software companies the flexibility to upgrade specific elements of the software without affecting the rest of the system. To match the needs of our diverse customer base, products are available on both a license and true SaaS model basis. For additional information, please visit www.afsi.com or call (602) 522-8282.

About Food Logistics

Food Logistics magazine is published by Cygnus Business Media, a leading diversified business-to-business media company. The publication is exclusively dedicated to covering the movement of product through the food supply chain. In every issue, Food Logistics covers news, trends and best practices that will help grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors make better business decisions. With more than 24,000 subscribers, Food Logistics reaches corporate level executives at food warehouse and distribution centers, as well as on-site vice presidents, directors and managers. These executives make the critical buying decisions for the products, services and technologies that transport, store and track product throughout the food supply chain. Grocery and foodservice manufacturers and distributors can count on focused editorial content, specific to their needs. Our seasoned editorial staff keeps readers up-to-date on the latest trends in: warehousing and material handling; transportation; information technology; and third-party and refrigerated logistics. Visit Food Logistics online at www.foodlogistics.com.

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