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LeanDNA Ranks No. 57 On The Inc. 5000 Series: Texas List Of Fastest-Growing Private Companies

Factory-Focused Inventory Optimization Provider Forges Ahead on Commitment to Growth and Product Innovation

LeanDNA, the only provider of factory-focused inventory optimization solutions, announced today it ranked No. 57 on the 2021 Inc. 5000 Series: Texas list of the fastest-growing private companies. Born of the annual Inc. 5000 franchise, this regional list spotlights the most successful small businesses within the exploding Texas economy.

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.@LeanDNA ranks No. 57 on this year’s #Inc5000Regionals #Texas list. Check out the release for more details.

The Inc. 5000 Series: Texas recognition adds to the relentless strides LeanDNA is making toward continued growth and product innovation within a Texas economy ranked ninth largest in the world. LeanDNA was most recently recognized as a Best Places to Work by Built In Austin and was awarded with Supply Chain Management Review’s NextGen Supply Chain Analytics Award for driving the industry forward with actionable analytics and prescriptive workflows. Additionally, LeanDNA CEO Richard Lebovitz was recognized as the overall winner of the Supply and Demand Chain Executive 2021 Pro-to-Know award for his commitment to equipping supply chain professionals and procurement teams with the right tools to make their jobs easier.

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“When LeanDNA launched in 2014, I had a lot of ambitious goals to make a difference in the supply chain industry, specifically for factories still using spreadsheets and manual analysis for their highly complex inventory management work,” said Richard Lebovitz, CEO of LeanDNA. “I am incredibly proud and humbled by the growth and hard work the LeanDNA team has put into achieving not only those day-one goalsbut continued innovations in the predictive analytics and prescriptive actions changing the way supply chain teams work. We are incredibly grateful for our customers, whose growth and determination have fueled our upward trajectory.”

The company is projected to double in size in 2021, adding 50 more members to its team. LeanDNA has also implemented multiple new initiatives and programs within the past two years, including the manufacturing industry’s first best practice, role-based workflow capabilities within its platform, which standardizes and optimizes the daily work of supply chain teams.

For decades, Inc. has welcomed the fastest-growing private businesses in America to the 5000 list, but this year marks the second annual regional honorees, specifically recognizing the innovative achievement of companies generating sustainable growth and jobs in their home state or region.

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