What an incredible year it’s been so far for the Specright team, from hosting our annual Specification Management Summit in Nashville to being recognized earlier this month as one of Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023 – the first few months of the year have been quite a ride!
Keeping the momentum going, we are thrilled to announce that Supply & Demand Chain Executive has named our CEO Matthew Wright, our CTO Ayman Shoukry and our CMO Laura Foti, as winners of its 2023 Pros to Know Award. This award recognizes outstanding executives whose accomplishments offer a roadmap for other leaders looking to leverage supply chains for competitive advantage.
“Being recognized along with Ayman and Laura as 2023 Pros to Know in the supply chain is an incredible honor and is continued validation of the work we are doing here at Specright,” said Matthew Wright, founder and CEO of Specright. “The importance of supply chain visibility, traceability and sustainability will only continue to grow, so the ability for companies to link specifications digitally is critical to building a more resilient supply chain. Our entire team is dedicated to driving forward our mission of living in a world without waste, and we’re committed to helping companies get there by leveraging digitized specification-level data that allows them to have increased visibility into the safety, efficiency, and sustainability of their products.”
Matthew, Ayman and Laura – as well as the rest of the Specright team – have been instrumental in many key milestones for the company, including leading the Specright team to be granted a patent by the U.S. patent office for the company’s Specification Data Management™ (SDM) platform last year, receiving recognition as a Representative Vendor in the 2022 Gartner Market Guide for Packaging and Product Specification Management, and being named one of the winners of Food Logistics’ 2022 Top Software & Technology Provider award.
“This year’s list is filled with supply chain professionals whose achievements and success stories have helped move the needle in the supply chain. They promote safety, sustainability and workforce development. They work toward helping heal the supply chain. They’re actually in the supply chain,” says Marina Mayer, Editor-in-Chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. “We received close to 400 nominations this year, the highest number of nominations ever for this award. It’s proof that today’s supply chain professionals are doing great things for the supply chain. They embody what a true leader should be. And, without their initiatives, programs and collaborative efforts, today’s supply chains would be in worse shape.”
To view Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s full list of 2023 Pros to Know winners, click here.