Construction firm McCarthy Holdings picks GEP for procurement software

14 September 2021 1 min. read
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McCarthy Holdings, one of the largest construction firms in the US, has selected GEP Smart procurement software to help transform its source-to-pay process.

St. Louis-headquartered McCarthy is the 13th-largest domestic builder in the US, according to Engineering News-Record. The firm has more than 5,000 employees across more than 150 job sites nationally.

The GEP Smart platform, which is built on Microsoft Azure, will help McCarthy optimize its sourcing, contracting, invoicing, and supplier management, as well as purchase-to-pay. GEP partner RiseNow – a Leawood, KS-based supply chain consultancy – will provide project oversight and best practices advice to McCarthy.Construction firm McCarthy Holdings picks GEP for procurement software"At a time when every construction company is actively managing price inflation and volatility, we selected GEP to help transform, automate and streamline our procurement function, strengthen our partnership with suppliers, and deliver greater value to customers," said Steve Adams, McCarthy vice president, technology services.

GEP Smart is a cloud-native platform that helps large organizations drive efficiency, agility, visibility, and actionable intelligence into all procurement and purchasing functions. It can integrate with third-party systems including SAP, Oracle, and other major ERP platforms.

Apart from software, Clark, NJ-based GEP also provides consulting and managed services for supply chain and procurement. The firm has more than 5,000 employees and works with Fortune 500 and Global 2000 companies worldwide.

The firm earlier this month announced that manufacturer Husqvarna chose GEP Smart to help optimize its North American operations.