San Jose, CA (PRWEB) March 18, 2013
FreeFlow, the award-winning provider of inventory asset management technology and services, has reached the highest level of recognition awarded in the Deloitte Best Managed Companies competition, having won the accolade for four consecutive years.
The Deloitte Best Managed Companies competition is a two-tiered review process focusing on the strategic and operational issues of the entrants. An independent panel of judges reviews every company against criteria encompassing strategy, capability, commitment and financial results.
“The Deloitte competition challenges us to demonstrate mastery of our growth strategy and recognizes international best management practices,” commented FreeFlow CEO Alan Scroope. “As such the award is a great achievement for our entire global team.”
Brendan Jennings, Managing Partner, Deloitte and judging panel member commented: “This year’s Best Managed Companies represent the best of innovation, creativity, dynamism, tenacity and excellence in the indigenous sector. Deloitte is proud to celebrate their success and potential. These awards acknowledge their hard work and commitment and we are delighted to showcase their achievements.”
The Best Managed Companies Awards Program was created to recognise the overall success of a company, including management strength, ability to innovate, strategic initiatives and financial performance – all the elements that contribute to a Best Managed company. The Best Managed Companies Awards Program is the only awards program that considers a business’ performance from every perspective.
FreeFlow’s technology and services combine to provide a new approach for enterprises to reach the global secondary market with surplus and returns inventory. Hosted online B2B auction technology, pre-auction market research and pricing advisory and post-auction financial settlement, all on a pay-as-you-go basis. This end-to-end solution has transformed the way enterprises view and manage surplus inventory.
FreeFlow has proven to be a successful partner by addressing its clients’ needs to build secure alternative channels for surplus inventory. Slow-moving, aging or end-of-life finished goods as well as consumer returns sold as-is, or refurbished, represents a multi-million dollar market for FreeFlow’s Global 2000 customers. For further information please see http://www.freeflow.com or follow us on LinkedIn.