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SourceRight Solutions Launches SupplierEdge Preferred Supplier Program

May 25, 2011

SourceRight Solutions has released the SupplierEdge Preferred Supplier program, the next evolution of the company’s supplier management solutions.


With the newest managed services program innovation, the company is ensuring that its current and potential customers have access to an established, performance-tested supplier community that can plug into their existing supply chain -- or replace underperforming suppliers in a given skill set or location, said Scott Fraleigh, vice president of managed services solutions at SourceRight.

SourceRight Preferred Supplier Program selects time-tested suppliers from a variety of skill sets to deliver a community of trusted partners that excel in specific market segments in defined geographies.

Building on the success of SupplierEdge, the company has developed the preferred supplier program to provide all the resources a company needs to develop the program that best fits their business requirements. SupplierEdge streamlines order processing and supplier management across the entire procurement lifecycle.

Company officials said that all the preferred suppliers have been pre-qualified. This ensures integrity and professionalism from a group of business partners that understand the policies and processes necessary for compliance.

Sid Ahuja, CEO at Open Systems, said that SourceRight’s preferred supplier program has enabled the company to dig its heels regarding core capabilities and get opportunities from SourceRight/SFN Group from multiple clients.

“This program has enabled the Diversity Staffing Consortium (DSC) -- which is run and managed by Open Systems -- to extend opportunities to member Diverse companies and provide synergistic progress for clients, SourceRight, DSC and Diverse suppliers,” Ahuja said.

SourceRight partnership program is expected to support diversity goals by providing access to women and minority-owned businesses. Also, the SourceRight partnership program will foster competitive best practices among its members.

Currently, it’s primarily targeting U.S. and Canada. However, the company plans to expand its market for SourceRight preferred supplier program in countries of Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America.

Additionally, the company announced that its president, Rebecca Callahan, will deliver a “sneak peek” into the top-line results of a new blended workforce management study.


Anshu Shrivastava is a contributing editor for ContactCenterSolutions. To read more of Anshu’s articles, please visit her columnist page.

Edited by Tammy Wolf

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