Omnichain's Diane Sullivan Named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive's Women in Supply Chain List

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VP of product and operations honored for 25+ years of experience in driving supply chain innovation and developing proven solutions for operational success

LOS ANGELES - eTradeWire -- Omnichain™, an enterprise focused on providing intelligent supply chain management solutions, announces Diane Sullivan, VP of product and operations, has been named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive's first annual Women in Supply Chain Award list. The new award honors female supply chain leaders and executives whose accomplishments, mentorship and examples set a foundation for women in all levels of a company's supply chain network.

Diane was recognized specifically for her 25+ years of experience in the supply chain industry—a career that began with an Ireland-based 3PL provider and has since taken her across North America, Europe, Australia and Asia. An expert in all aspects of supply chain management, Diane has leveraged this knowledge and continued interest in breakthrough technologies to design supply chain solutions for more than 200 brands. The solutions developed by Diane have helped these organizations streamline supply chain operations, increase efficiency, improve customer experience and drive business growth.

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As VP of product and operations at Omnichain (, Diane continues to innovate, leading the development team to incorporate the latest technologies and features to enhance the company's intelligent process automation platform. These are technologies like blockchain, artificial intelligence and machine learning that—when combined with the domain knowledge of Omnichain's supply chain experts—enable clients to not only build more transparent, connected supply chains, but also make proactive, data-driven decisions in demand planning and replenishment, channel allocation, supplier management, omnichannel fulfillment, and more. Beyond the product itself, Diane directly consults each client on the successful execution of the solution within their organizations and supply chains.

Diane commented, "I am honored that Supply & Demand Chain Executive has included me on its inaugural list of female supply chain leaders. Throughout my career, I have always found the greatest sense of fulfillment from collective success—whether it be the success of my clients and by virtue my own or that of esteemed peers like my fellow award honorees. In truth, I would not be where I am today if not for the support I've received from my mentors and the collaborations I've enjoyed with clients and colleagues. There needs to be more collaborative communication and mutual empowerment if we want to drive the industry forward. Ultimately, it's just as important for supply chain stakeholders to work cohesively between their respective roles, as it is for leaders—women and men alike—to lift each other's strengths and voices."

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Check out for the full list of all of the winners. The 2020 Women in Supply Chain award will also appear in the magazine's September issue.

Edward Lin

Source: Omnichain™
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