SALT LAKE CITY, May 20, 2015 /CNW/ -- BROWZ has been awarded the prestigious Top 50 Providers to Watch award by Spend Matters. The award was presented to BROWZ by Thomas Kase, Spend Matters Vice President of Research during the 2015 Institute for Supply Management conference (ISM).
"The 50/50 list is the product of great debate and discussion by all the analysts on the Spend Matters team. It literally takes months, and tons of back and forth. We are thrilled to release our 2015 list and congratulate all of those providers and organizations that made the list. Many of the choices were not easy. In just over a year since launch, the Spend Matters Almanac has become the most important go-to reference source for those seeking to research the provider community within procurement," Jason Busch, founder and managing director at Spend Matters.
The award capstones an aggressive first quarter growth period for BROWZ. During this time BROWZ announced the opening of a new office in Dusseldorf, Germany, the launch of an innovative mobile strategy for supply chain management and most recently the acquisition of a $10 Million investment coordinated by FT Partners.
"BROWZ is pleased to be recognized as a top provider of global supply chain management solutions," says Elaine Beitler, BROWZ CEO. "Procurement and supply chain professionals are looking for innovative, robust solutions to prequalify contractors and suppliers. We are honored to be a recognized by such a credible leader as a premier provider of these solutions."
About BROWZ: BROWZ ensures that supply chains are safe, qualified, and socially responsible by delivering a comprehensive solution to prequalify, assess, and monitor supply chain compliance based on the unique needs of your business. BROWZ provides comprehensive assessments using patented, configurable technology and expertise, resulting in the site operator's confidence of a safer work environment for clients and supply chains around the world. The BROWZ product suite addresses global supply chain needs related to qualifying your supply chain, addressing risk, managing employee-level data, conducting safety auditing, and sourcing new suppliers.
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