Aravo Elected to SupplyChainBrain's List of 100 Great Supply Chain Partners
Supply Chain Professionals Vote for Aravo as a Vendor Whose Solution Has Made
a Significant Impact on Their Company
SAN FRANCISCO, CA, July 12, 2012 — Aravo Solutions, Inc., the leading provider of cloud-based Supplier Lifecycle Management (SLM) and B2B information and collaboration solutions, announced today that it has been elected by readers to SupplyChainBrain's 10th annual list of 100 Great Supply Chain Partners.
"SupplyChainBrain's 10th annual list of 100 Great Supply Chain Partners is the result of a six-month on-line poll in which supply chain professionals were asked to nominate vendors and service providers whose solutions have made a significant impact on their company's efficiency, customer service and overall supply chain performance," said Brad Berger, Publisher, SupplyChainBrain. "Nominations were received for hundreds of trading partners in every aspect of supply chain management. The 2012 July/August issue of SupplyChainBrain magazine includes the select list of companies whose solutions and services have been so impressive, that their customers took the time to write and let us know. Our compliments to Aravo Solutions on making this select list of 100 companies who received the most qualified nominations!"
Aravo launched the market's first Cloud-based Supplier Information Management (SIM) solution in 2004, defining the SIM category, and has been the leading innovator in the space ever since by expanding SIM to address all key supplier lifecycle management (SLM) business processes. In fact, Aravo's definition of SLM has been adopted by industry analysts, customers and solution vendors world-wide as the reference-set of capabilities required for world-class supplier and trading partner management. Aravo continues to dominate the worldwide market for SLM solutions for buyers and suppliers alike.
"We're proud to be included in this auspicious 10th year of celebrating SupplyChainBrain's Great Supply Chain Partners," said Robert Shecterle, VP-Marketing at Aravo Solutions, Inc. "Aravo places a great premium on delivering superior customer service and innovative SLM solutions that drive benefits directly to our customers' bottom lines. This award reflects the continuing success of our efforts."
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The world's best-run businesses utilize Aravo's Cloud-based Supplier Lifecycle Management solutions and Supplier Risk Services to find and manage trading partner relationships, reduce supply chain risk, ensure global regulatory compliance and lower the cost of managing suppliers by up to 72%. Aravo launched the market’s first SIM/SLM solution in 2004 and has been the leading innovator in the space ever since. Customers such as General Electric, Accenture, and Boston University rely on Aravo to manage information and processes for over 2 million global suppliers. Aravo is based in San Francisco, with offices in Chicago, Dallas, New York, Portland, Monterrey, Mexico and Ahmedabad, India, and is backed by over $50 million in investment from Cisco Systems, Big Sky Partners, and others. For more information regarding Aravo's award-winning solutions please visit our website at http://www.aravo.com.
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In a recent poll of Fortune 1000 executives, 71.4% of respondents expressed that their biggest concern is risk of supplier financial viability. However, despite these concerns, the majority of respondents have active risk management programs in place for less than 20% of their supplier base.
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