Service Disabled Veteran and founder Forrest Burke, CEO of Connected Logistics, attributes the award to the workforce who make up the fast growing corporation, Mr. Burke noted, “The company’s growth and future is attributed to our comprehensive capabilities in the DOD, a highly skilled and completely cleared workforce, competitive rates, and expertise in areas such as Lean Six Sigma, ERP Implementation, Change Management, Materiel Integration, Global Logistics Operations, and Program Management for massive scale IT implementations. I am excited to share this award with all of our employees and the programs we support.”
“The vital role Connected Logistics plays in the success of our nation’s small businesses is crucial to American economic growth and job creation,” said Thomas J. Donohue, President and CEO of the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. “This year’s Free Enterprise Honorees are celebrated for their strong business practices and contributions to our nation’s economy—Connected Logistics is no exception.”
About Connected Logistics
Our Armed Forces operate the most vast, complex, and critical supply chain and information networks on the planet. We supply the solutions for managing these smartly. Bridging the gap between Logistics and Information Technology, we provide superior services in areas such as Cloud Computing, Network Operations, ERP Implementation, Program Management, Studies and Analysis, Logistics Operations, Material Integration, and Change Management.
Connected Logistics is a Service Disabled, Veteran Owned Small Business based in Huntsville, Alabama with offices in the Northern Virginia and the DC Metro area. Connected Logistics leverages veteran talent and commercial expertise to streamline and improve information systems and support operations for the Department of Defense.
To learn more about how Connected Logistics can strategically assist your company or organization go to: www.logc2.com
Contact: Karen Quinker: Marketing Director: karen.quinker@