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Tealbook And GEP Partner To Enhance Supplier Intelligence

TealBook Partnership provides GEP customers with powerful supplier discovery, diversity and data enrichment to better manage corporate spend initiatives.

TealBook, the leading supplier data foundation that autonomously maintains supplier master data and powers e-procurement technology, announced today a strategic partnership with GEP, a leading provider of procurement and supply chain strategy, software and managed services to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises worldwide.

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This partnership will enhance clients’ procurement capabilities and drive supply chain agility. Specifically, the offering will incorporate TealBook data to support GEP’s supplier intelligence, supplier discovery and vendor certificate data.

“GEP has signed a partnership with TealBook, the first Global Supplier Data Platform of its kind, that will quickly enable our customers with access to accurate supplier information allowing them to better manage corporate spend initiatives and have a clear view into supplier discovery and diversity,” said Ken Legge, GEP’s VP of Global Partnerships and Alliances.

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“We are delighted to be partnering with GEP to enrich and augment their vendor and supplier intelligence,” says John Sibley, Vice President, Strategic Alliances and Channels at TealBook. “Our supplier foundation, powered by AI and ML, will add new capabilities and data to GEP’s supplier discovery capabilities.  In addition, TealBook’s comprehensive vendor certification data will be made available to GEP, which will help their customers ascertain and work with a more diverse supplier base that to enable true innovation and competitive spending.”

This collaboration will allow TealBook and GEP customers to enhance supplier data and gain access to their entire supplier base, reducing the need for data enrichment services and dependency on suppliers to enrich and maintain portals.

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