Nulogy CEO Jason Tham will deliver an insightful presentation titled "Driving Change: Does IT Matter?". Drawing from historically significant shifts in technology and economics, Tham will demonstrate that today cloud computing is driving change in how industries do business and create value. Companies will be unable to avoid this game-changer, whether they utilize the new information technology to elevate operations, or fall behind by failing to adopt the new way of doing business.

"I am thrilled to be speaking to this forward-thinking audience of CPGs and their suppliers," said Tham. "By leveraging IT and cloud solutions, they can more effectively reach their common goal of streamlining the supply chain."

Tham joins several other supply chain experts and innovators speaking at the three day conference, including Tim Coats, Vice President of Worldwide Sourcing, General Mills; and Walt Charles, Vice President, Supply Chain Procurement of Johnson & Johnson.

The F4SS Driving Change Conference will run from Monday, February 27 to Wednesday, February 29, 2012 in San Francisco. For more information, visit

About the Foundation for Strategic Sourcing

The Foundation for Strategic Sourcing is a non-profit organization serving the Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) industry. Their goal is to establish a forum whereby CPG marketers, external manufacturers and secondary packagers can share the best practices towards the creation of industry standards aimed at improving reliability and reducing supply chain costs.

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About Nulogy

In 2007, Nulogy became the first company to create a Contract Packaging Management System. The cloud-based solution, PackManager, is used by the world’s premiere contract manufacturers and packagers across the world to reduce costs, improve compliance, and increase customer loyalty and is backed by a team of dedicated professionals to ensure PackManager customers always achieve success.