DULLES, VA, July 25, 2016 – Concert Technologies today announced that it was recently selected as a winner in the Supplier Excellence Award (SEA) category of the United States Postal Service (USPS) Supplier Performance Awards Program (SPAP).
Concert is one of only three winners selected for this award from the USPS network of over 25,000 suppliers. For over twenty years, SPAP has celebrated the efforts of suppliers that make outstanding contributions to the success of the USPS. The Supplier Performance Awards Program recognizes suppliers involved in Supply Chain Management whose successes make a difference in helping the United States Postal Service to achieve bottom line savings, increase revenue, or positive performance results, and who have consistently exhibited a collaborative business relationship with the USPS. “Concert Technologies is deeply honored to receive such a prestigious award from the United States Postal Service.
This award is an important validation of the customer service values that Concert is built upon. I am immensely proud of our entire team and their relentless dedication to the pursuit of excellence on behalf of our customers”, stated Dennis Mazaris, President and CEO of Concert Technologies. “The fact that you must be nominated by USPS personnel is a testament to the customer orientation of our Operations team.”
The Supplier Excellence Award recognizes USPS suppliers that demonstrate exemplary contract performance, innovation, and supply chain integration, or play a significant role in helping the Postal Service reduce costs or achieve other strategic objectives. “Since 2000, we have rolled out technology for the USPS at over 38,000 locations. During this time we have worked to build a detailed understanding of the USPS technology infrastructure and how it supports the USPS mission. When you combine this understanding with our skilled project managers and unique methodologies, we are able to deliver accelerated technology rollouts for the USPS at the very highest standard of quality”, said Andrew Crone, Concert Technologies’ Vice President of Operations.