GEP doubles global partner network of consulting and technology firms

21 October 2021 2 min. read
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GEP, a supply chain software and consulting firm, has more than doubled the membership in its Partner United program – which consists of global and regional consulting firms, integrators, and technology firms specializing in supply chain and procurement.

GEP’s alliance partners consist of consulting firms and system integrators that co-sell and implement GEP’s software products – which include GEP Smart, a cloud-native source-to-pay software product, and GEP Nexxe, an end-to-end supply chain platform. Alliance partners including consultancies such as Tech Mahindra, DXC Technology, and RiseNow.

"Our partners bring diverse industry expertise enabling our clients to get maximum results using GEP's best-in-breed software solutions. Our partner ecosystem has a strong focus on regional specialty firms to provide feet on the ground with language skills and immersed in the local cultures," said Ken Legge, vice president of alliances and partnerships at GEP.

The Clark, NJ-based firm’s Partner United program also includes technology partners such as Amazon Business, Microsoft, and RapidRatings that complement GEP’s software products with industry leading tools and technologies.

GEP doubles global partner network of consulting and technology firms

Now, GEP has announced that its partner network has expanded by 114% since January 2021, as client demand for digitally optimized supply chains continues to grow.

Consulting firms that joined as partners include Optis Consulting, Synergy Partners, and Stratesys, while new technology partners include Dun & Bradstreet, Pagero, and TealBook.

"We're accelerating the onboarding of many global domain leaders in procurement and supply chain to scale our ability to deliver immediate results to clients as they continue to be impacted by the global crisis," said Legge.

Partners can expect to further tap into the market for supply chain digital transformation. Partner RiseNow recently provided project oversight services on a GEP Smart implementation at McCarthy Holdings, a large commercial construction firm.