Transplace, a leading provider of transportation management services and logistics technology, today announced that Chief Human Resources Officer Adrianne Court has been selected as an Advisory Board Member to the 2015 Southern Methodist University (SMU) Cox School of Business Human Resources (HR) Roundtable.
Membership for the roundtable is limited to key senior HR practitioners at Dallas-Fort Worth based companies who have exemplified a strategic role in their organization and who are leaders within the HR community. The roundtable brings together HR executives and thought leaders to share knowledge and best practices outside their organizations and to examine current and future challenges and opportunities.
"Investing in a continuous commitment to talent and leadership development is a foundation to the core values of Transplace and to creating a competitive differentiation," said Court. "This is a forum that allows HR leaders and innovators to share best practices and network with each other, and I am honored to be included in this elite organization among a group of highly respected and successful HR professionals."
The SMU Cox School of Business HR Roundtable meets quarterly and hosts an annual conference each year.
Transplace is a non-asset, North America-based provider offering manufacturers, retailers, chemical and consumer packaged goods companies the optimal blend of logistics technology and transportation management services. The company's services and capabilities include Transportation Management Services, Intermodal, Brokerage and SaaS transportation management (TMS) solutions supplemented by supply chain network planning and design, transportation procurement and consulting services. The company is recognized among the elite 3PLs for its proven ability to deliver both rapid return on investment and consistent value to a customer base that includes many of the largest shippers in the world.