He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the group and can help lead the organization in our sales and business development efforts in the Northeast.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 11, 2013
MFG.com is pleased to announce the addition of Robert Yoho as Regional Director of Enterprise Solutions for LiveSource operations. Robert has extensive commercial, operational, and sourcing experience. He has managed sourcing relationships with large multinational corporations, assisting in successful implementation of corporate cost savings, budget protection and supplier optimization with Software as a Solution (SAAS) procurement solutions.
Robert's experience includes FreeMarkets, ARIBA and PowerAdvocate, as well as Fortune 100 Energy leadership positions.
“We are excited to have Robert on the team. He brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the group and can help lead the organization in our sales and business development efforts in the Northeast. We feel we have the best sourcing tool on the market and we want to help our customers experience substantial savings through its use,” said Roger Blumberg, Vice President of LiveSource from MFG.com.
The LiveSource platform is both configurable and scalable and uses open standards with a design easily integrated with other technology systems. LiveSource is an on-demand solution that eliminates the need for technology investments on the part of the user. It is fully integrated in the industry’s largest and most trusted supplier marketplace that shortens the cycle time for most sourcing projects. LiveSource is currently being utilized by companies like Kimberly-Clark, Dana Holdings and Wabtec.
To learn more about LiveSource from MFG.com, please visit http://www.livesource.com.
About LiveSource by MFG.com
LiveSource is a cloud-based eSourcing tool that combines the power of advanced supplier management with the global reach of the world’s largest manufacturing marketplace—MFG.com. LiveSource helps companies discover, collaborate and work with qualified global suppliers, resulting in smarter spending, reduced product costs, shorter delivery times, and a more flexible supply chain, all without adding IT infrastructure costs.