Supply & Demand Chain Executive Names Three SciQuest Executives As 2013 “Pros To Know”
a leading provider of cloud-based business automation solutions, today
announced that three of the company’s executives have been named to the
Supply & Demand Chain Executive
SciQuest, a leading provider of cloud-based business automation solutions, today announced that three of the company’s executives have been named to the 2013 Supply & Demand Chain Executive “Pros to Know” list. Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine is an international B2B publication that provides mission-critical editorial to address the issues and challenges of the supply chain. Maurice Sevigny, Tom Russell and Brian Daniels of SciQuest were all selected as “Pros to Know” for their superior work and innovation during the past 12 months. Honoring the supply chain’s best and brightest, Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s “Pros to Know” recognize professionals that are proactively working to improve their business’s functions in a number of categories – including manufacturing and production output; procurement; logistics; risk mitigation strategies; sourcing; financial operations; packaging and distribution; transportation; and much more. The publication’s editorial selection committee reviewed close to 400 entries to find the applicants that best fit the criteria. “We are thrilled to have multiple executives being recognized for their hard work and contributions to the supply chain and procurement markets,” said Stacy West, vice president, marketing & communications, SciQuest. “Maurice, Tom and Brian have all helped SciQuest continue its positive momentum this year as our business automation solutions have been adopted in a number of vertical industries, helping organizations improve their strategies in spend management, contract management and spend analysis.” Maurice Sevigny, vice president of operations for SciQuest’s Contract Lifecycle Management (CLM) program has more than 26 years of business, consulting and information systems experience. In the last year, Sevigny has overseen the development of SciQuest’s Contract Lifecycle Management platform offering a fully-automated contract management process that starts from collaborative contract creation, negotiation and award, and includes performance, compliance and deliverable tracking and management, and on-going event monitoring and management.
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