February 18, 2011, 9:13 AM

Reddwerks Recruits a Former Amazon Director

Greg Janecek has joined the company as senior vice president of sales and marketing.

Austin, TX – February 22, 2011 – Today Reddwerks Corporation, the leading supplier of event-driven, Internet-enabled WMS and WCS software and solutions used in large-scale distribution facilities, announced that Greg Janecek has joined the company as SVP Sales & Marketing. Previously in charge of enterprise sales at Amazon, Greg has 25 years account management and sales experience with high technology companies.

While at Amazon, Greg focused on Fortune 500 customers in southwest United States and achieved 360 percent revenue growth for that territory.  As Director of Business Development, he developed the go-to-market strategy for Amazon.com’s multichannel e-commerce platform and managed the Amazon and Target.com relationship. Prior to Amazon, Greg was Director of Business Development at Aspentech, a leader specializing in supply chain solutions for the chemical, oil & gas and petroleum industries. He held several global account managerial positions at companies such as PetroVantage, ABB Automation and Parametric Technology. He was also a Project Engineer with Rockwell’s Airborne Communications Systems.

“Greg’s retail, e-commerce and supply chain experience will be a tremendous asset for Reddwerks moving forward selling to Fortune 500 customers especially in the retail and distribution markets,” said Jean Bélanger, Founder and CEO at Reddwerks.  “Large distribution facilities can generate over 300,000 events and inventory moves per day - from the receiving gate to conveyors and sorters to the shipping - and more than ever, users need dynamic software and real-time business intelligence tools.  Our Reddwerks software is the first event-driven WMS and WCS software specifically targeted for use by the largest Tier 1 users where real-time performance and out-of-rders execution are necessary for maximum productivity coupled with the lowest possible operating costs.  Batch-based WMS and WCS software simply cannot keep up with so many events requiring instantaneous and automated decision making so an ever increasing number of Tier 1 accounts are coming to Reddwerks to provide them with one software solution for all their warehousing and distribution facility needs.”

Greg received a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Northern Illinois University. He will be based in Reddwerks’ Austin TX headquarters. 

About Reddwerks

Reddwerks is based in Austin TX with an R&D office in Guatemala and sales in Nashville, St. Louis and San Francisco.  The company develops and sells the market’s only dynamic, event-driven order fulfillment solutions, designed to manage all the labor, equipment and material flow used to process orders in large-scale distribution facilities. Whether distribution facilities are fulfilling online direct-to-consumer orders or helping retailers stock their store shelves, Reddwerks real-time WMS and WCS software increases productivity to such an extent that customers typically realize a payback in less than one year. Reddwerks WMS and WCS software takes into account all the material handling equipment necessary to provide a fully integrated warehouse controls (WCS) solution in addition to all of the WMS functionality, resulting in dynamic, real-time assignment-based solutions. Over 60% of Reddwerks’ annual revenues are from existing customers engaging us in helping them increase productivity across their distribution network.  For more information, visit www.reddwerks.com .

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