John Galt Solutions Executive to Chair Program at Consumer Packaged Goods Forecasting & Planning Summit

CHICAGO – May 26, 2009 – John Galt Solutions announced today that its President and CEO, Anne Omrod, will be a chairperson for the Consumer Packaged Goods Forecasting & Planning Summit, May 27- 28, 2009 at The Intercontinental Hotel in Chicago.

The Consumer Packaged Goods Forecasting & Planning Summit brings the intelligence, innovation, and leadership of the CPG industry together in one place at one time. A popular industry event, The Summit is known for its interactive format, encouraging audience interaction and participation.

During the conference executives from CPG businesses will present their unique perspective on topics such as strategic planning, sales and operations planning (S&OP), forecasting, supply chain management & pricing. Anne Omrod will add a valuable viewpoint given her deep industry expertise. She has developed a rich understanding of the industry and its supply chain challenges while working with hundreds of consumer goods manufacturers who use supply chain planning tools from John Galt Solutions.

Consumer goods supply chain planners leverage John Galt Solutions’ ForecastX WizardAtlas Planning Suite, and Consumer Centric Planning to control supply chain costs while improving customer service with superior forecasting and inventory management.

For more information on the conference please visit http://www.09.ie-grp.com/CPG/Overview.html

About John Galt Solutions
John Galt Solutions helps increase forecast accuracy and optimize inventory levels in consumer-driven supply chains. With the ForecastX Wizard, the Atlas Planning and Consumer Centric Planning Suites, we provide a wide variety of affordable, easy to implement, supply chain planning solutions designed for growing mid-market companies.  Over 5,000 customers have profited from our solutions, which offer up to improvement in 50% forecast accuracy and reduce excess inventory by 5 to 40%.  To learn more please visit www.johngalt.com or call 312.701.9026.

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