Clark, NJ, August 27, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Global eProcure was named to Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine’s prestigious Executive 100 Listing for the fourth time. This year the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100 feature focused on how supply chain solution and service providers are assisting their customers respond to the downturn and, more importantly, position themselves for growth ahead. Selection for the “100” list was based on responses of the topic.
"Our readers turn to Supply & Demand Chain Executive to learn about solutions and best practices for enabling the supply chain to weather the current economic storm in which we find ourselves, and also to position themselves for growth when recovery takes hold." explained Andrew K. Reese, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "The corporate executives and line-of-business leaders who rely on the magazine want to know what the different supply chain solution and service providers are doing to help them meet these critical, corporate 'life-or-death' challenges."
Entrants to the “100” described their solutions for working with companies to manage through the current economic crisis with creative and long-lasting approaches to their supply chain strategies. Global eProcure’s submission to the “100” judging panel centered on the firm’s solutions customized to each client that can change depending on the particular company’s needs. This has been a crucial differentiator for the firm in an environment when customers’ strategies are shifting due to changes in demand and economic conditions. Additionally, increased scrutiny on compliance within procurement organizations has given Global eProcure a firm platform on which to create lasting changes within client organizations. Focusing on realized savings that hit directly at the bottom line have helped Global eProcure’s clients stay competitive within these challenging times.
“We are extremely delighted and honored to be recognized again by Supply and Demand Chain Executive Magazine for our work. With over 10 years of existence, our unique blended solution not only helps our clients meet their challenges in the current economy, but also positions their supply chains to meet the challenges that will be presented by the upturn. Focusing on realized savings that directly impact the bottom line is how we measure the value we have brought our customers,” says Global eProcure CEO, Subhash Makhija.
Global eProcure is a full service procurement company offering a unique blend of consulting, technology and outsourcing services. Our goal is to help our clients maximize realized savings by combining spend management technology, strategic sourcing & category expertise and procurement outsourcing services. The company has built a patent pending savings tracking & compliance technology.
Global eProcure is a privately held enterprise with headquarters in Clark, NJ and offices in Europe and Asia. For more information, please visit www.globaleprocure.com.