AUSA Sustaining Member Profile: Logistics Management Resources, Inc

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AUSA Sustaining Member Profile: Logistics Management Resources, Inc


Corporate Structure-Founded: 1994. President/CEO: David S. Weisman. Number of Employees: 271. Headquarters: Prince George, Va. Telephone: (804) 541-6193. Web site: www.Imrinc.com

Logistics Management Resources, Inc. (LMR), founded in 1994, is an employee-owned small business with corporate offices adjacent to Fort Lee in Prince George, Va. The company also has offices in Atlanta, Ga.; Fayetteville, N.C.; Huntsville, Ala.; San Antonio, Texas; North Little Rock, Ark., and Fairfax, Va. In 2006 LMR was named for the fifth consecutive year to the "Rising 25," an annual list of the fastest growing small businesses based in the greater Richmond, Va., metropolitan area. In 2005 LMR was named for the fifth consecutive year to "Virginia's Fantastic 50," an annual list of the state's fastest growing small businesses. The Company is ISO 9001-2000 certified, a Microsoft certified partner and a designated Gateway ProNet authorized service provider and reseller. Since its founding, LMR has grown in a controlled and steady manner and has remained focused on its core competencies of information technology, logistics management and logistics training.

LMR's expertise in information technology allows it to take commercial off-the-shelf and government off-the-shelf systems and reconfigure them to meet unique customer operational and budgetary requirements. LMR provides system implementation and sustainment, logistics automation systems support, data conversion, standard Army management information systems (STAMIS) fielding and follow-on direct support, STAMIS help desk operations and military operator assistance through customer assistance and mobile customer assistance teams support. As a Microsoft certified partner, LMR provides Microsoft engineering support to a range of military customers. Network operations and enterprise resource planning blue printing, implementation and execution are capabilities that are in demand across the Department of Defense, and LMR fulfills those requirements.

LMR's expertise in all aspects of military and commercial logistics and supply chain management is the critical element in providing logistics staff augmentation, business process reengineering, military logistics and change management to a broad and expanding customer base, from U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command (TRADOC), U.S. Army Reserve Command (USARC), National Guard, U.S. Army South (USARSO) to the Army Deputy Chief of Staff, G-4 (DCS G4)-in other words, the Total Army. …

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