Astrid Hussonnois of LeanDNA Named a 2021 Women in Supply Chain Award Winner

Customer Success Manager Recognized for Empowering Inventory and Supply Chain Leaders with the Technology and Support They Need for Dynamic Decision Making

AUSTIN, Texas – Sept. 17, 2021 – LeanDNA, the only provider of factory-focused inventory optimization solutions, announced today that its Customer Success Manager Astrid Hussonnois has been named a 2021 Women in Supply Chain award winner by Supply & Demand Chain Executive


Putting the Lean-hybrid Model to the Test: Paul Aram of Ingersoll Rand

COVID-19 disrupted manufacturing processes on a global scale, with unpredictable customer demand and headline-making critical shortages. On top of that, unexpected disruptions like the Suez Canal exposed the need for a more resilient supply chain. In 2021, manufacturers have been forced to take a hard look at their inventory management best practices and workflows as they try to weather the Perfect Storm. So, how can manufacturers remain successful and competitive through such instability? 

In the April 2021 IndustryWeek webinar titled, “Going Beyond ‘Status Quo’ Supply Chains,” Ingersoll Rand’s Paul Aram, LeanDNA CEO Richard Lebovitz, and industry analyst Bob Ferrari, shared their thoughts on the next big thing in execution-based inventory management methods.


Recap: New Manifestations of Lean and the Next Normal of Manufacturing

2021 is the year of new for manufacturers. New challenges are bringing on new manifestations of lean, new ways to connect manufacturing operations, and a new focus on the factory as a strategic force for leaders. Last month, LeanDNA CEO Richard Lebovitz joined industry analyst Bob Ferrari’s latest installment of his podcast, “Supply Chain Matters” to discuss these themes and more. “Supply Chain Matters” is widely regarded as one of the top internet blogs in the field of supply chain management thought leadership. 

Find and listen to this installment of the podcast here, or read on for the main takeaways from Ferrari and Lebovitz’s discussion.