FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Loyola University Chicago Receives $1.3 Million Gift
Adexa Inc. contributes software package to School of Business
Adexa Inc., a leading provider of integrated supply chain planning and performance management solutions, and Loyola University Chicago announce a $1.3 million gift in software, training and support services to Loyola’s School of Business Administration and the Graduate School of Business. Adexa President and Chief Executive Officer Cyrus Hadavi and Loyola President Michael J. Garanzini, S.J., will announce the gift and comment on its significance. A photo-op of Dr. Hadavi presenting Fr. Garanzini with a framed collection of Adexa software CDs has been organized.
Wednesday, August 25th at 10:30 am
Loyola University Chicago
25 East Pearson, Rubloff Auditorium
Chicago, IL 60611
Adexa was encouraged by business partner John Caltagirone, Vice President of Supply Chain Strategy of The Revere Group and a 1969 Loyola alumnus, to donate the gift to Loyola. After reviewing Loyola’s commitment to advanced research in supply chain management, helping to make American manufacturers more efficient and productive in today’s stiff international market, Adexa President Cyrus Hadavi agreed that his business partners and Loyola’s faculty and students would benefit from the gift and, in turn, contribute to increasing productivity and profitability in the manufacturing sector.