Ann Arbor's LLamasoft continues growth with new hires

The llamas at LLamasoft continue their steady march forward toward growth and continued profitability.

The Ann Arbor-based company has added five employees and four summer interns since last year. Furthermore, the supply-chain network designer hopes to continue to add staff as it business grows.

That shouldn't be too hard. It was recently recognized by Inbound Logistics magazine as one of the Top 100 Logistics IT Providers. The pool of companies considered number at more than 500. LLamasoft's revenues also grew by more than 50 percent in 2008 and have grown by 1,290 percent over the last five years.

"I see the company continuing to grow as more and more people get more ingrained in managing their company's supply chain better," says Gary Bobalik, director of marketing for LLamasoft.

LLamasoft provides software to design and modify supply chain network designs, allowing companies to optimize their supply chain operations for profit and shrinking carbon footprints. The privately-held company was founded in 1998. Its clients include big name corporations, such as ConocoPhillips, Dell and J. C. Penney.

Source: Gary Bobalik, director of marketing for LLamasoft
Writer: Jon Zemke
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  • LLamasoft
    206 South Fifth Avenue, Suite 400
    Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104 Website
    Founded in 1998, Ann Arbor-based LLamasoft develops cutting edge optimization and simulation techniques that help companies strategize supply chain deliveries and stock inventory.