Daniel Penn Associates launches new web site

Hartford, Conn., January 7, 2013 – Daniel Penn Associates (DPA) has launched a new website, www.danielpenn.com, to showcase the management consulting group’s expanded services and to better serve its clients, prospects and employees.

“Lean operations practices have expanded well beyond manufacturing operations to include government agencies, utilities, financial service companies and health care institutions,” said DPA President Tony Rodriguez. “In addition, organizations are looking for ways to streamline their supply chain as well as incorporate diversity hiring and sourcing practices across their enterprises.”

The home page of DPA’s easy-to-navigate web site breaks the company’s skills down under the categories of Get Lean, Reduce Costs and Optimize Supply Chain. The site explains DPA’s approach and service categories.

The company’s Insights blog, published monthly, draws upon the DPA team’s extensive consulting experiences, practical wisdom and humor.

“2012 was a productive year for our team,” said Rodriguez. “We shaped a diversity business case and strategic plan for a Fortune 200 company. We’ve helped more than a dozen manufacturers streamline their operations. We began on a multi-year equipment and systems maintenance project with a major New York City hospital. We were named as a preferred supplier with the U.S. government’s NAVSEA operations and with a large national health care insurer. We were awarded a Lean contract by the University of Connecticut Medical Center and were selected by RBS Citizens Bank to their round table of consulting firms under their master contract.  We’re optimistic that our new web presence will stimulate even more interest in DPA’s services in 2013.”

About Daniel Penn Associates

Daniel Penn Associates engages organizations’ people, processes and systems to implement change and improve operational performance. A minority business enterprise, DPA has more than 32 years’ experience helping manufacturers, government, financial services, utilities and health care organizations get lean, reduce costs and optimize their supply chain. Visit danielpenn.com.

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