Mormon Church selects GEP procurement software

14 February 2023 1 min. read
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The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has selected, implemented, and is currently using GEP’s procurement and supply chain software.

The church, which has more than 16 million members – including 6.7 million in the US – will use GEP software to drive greater visibility and efficiency throughout its sourcing organization. Founded in 1830, the church also includes more than 54,000 full-time missionaries worldwide.

The church has already gone live with the GEP Smart sourcing solution to better identify, evaluate, and qualify new suppliers, as well as GEP’s catalog management and contract lifecycle management (CLM) solution to enable contract approval, fulfillment tracking, and reporting.

GEP helps large organizations improve their supply chain functions with proprietary software, managed services, and consulting. The Clark, NJ-based firm has more than 5,000 employees globally, and has recently supported clients such as Macy’s, Synopsys, and Puma Energy.

Mormon Church selects GEP procurement software

GEP also recently announced its CEO, Subhash Makhija, was chosen as a new member of the CNBC CEO Council. The invitation-only community brings together leaders of Fortune 500s and innovative startups to enhance peer connections, access tools and resources, and shape the future of business.

The council’s programming includes members-only dinners, online gatherings, and an annual CEO Council Summit. Members include CEOs of companies such as Goldman Sachs, Pfizer, Verizon, General Motors, and T-Mobile.

“I’m looking forward to collaborating with forward-thinking chief executives who are committed to making the world a better place while building great companies and cultures,” said Makhija.