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Manhattan Associates Recognizes Top Partners


Top Partners are Deloitte, enVista, Fortna, IBM and Logistica de Mexico

Manhattan Associates, Inc. (NASDAQ: MANH) has named Deloitte, enVista, Fortna, IBM and Logistica de Mexico to the Manhattan Partner Performance Club in recognition of their 2010 contributions to customer engagements.

“Our close relationship with these exceptional companies is good for all of us and, most importantly, enables us to provide outstanding service for our shared customers,” said Jeff Cashman, senior vice president of business development, Manhattan Associates.

The Manhattan MVP Program is an ecosystem of third-party integrators/consultants, complementary software providers and hardware providers whose combined expertise and products ensure delivery of world-class supply chain solutions to joint customers.

“Manhattan customers have a significant opportunity to enhance financial results and market valuations by boosting supply chain performance,” continued Cashman. “By combining our partner’s supply chain strategy expertise and integration experience with Manhattan Associates’ supply chain solutions, we have widened the spectrum of challenges and opportunities we can address".

Each of the five Partner Performance Club winners will be recognized throughout the coming year and will have two exclusive opportunities to interact with the Manhattan Associates executive management team and the other winners – the first during Manhattan’s annual Global Kickoff meeting in January and again during Manhattan’s Momentum conference in San Diego in May. At each of these events, the partners will have a chance to get first-hand insights from the Manhattan Associates executive management team, share best practices with each other and celebrate their success.

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