Berea, OH – BuyerQuest Inc, the leader in enterprise Procure-to-Pay software, today announced Eric Lynch has joined the company as Sr Director, Global Channels and Alliances. Lynch will drive strategy for domestic and international channel expansion and help partners generate revenue.
An industry veteran of more than 20 years, Lynch was the Director of Strategic Alliances within IBM's Commerce Group, where he was responsible for global strategic partners, including business plan and sales strategy development for the IBM Emptoris product line. He previously held Senior sales positions at AT Kearney.
"Eric will be instrumental in helping us to expand our various sales channels, both domestically and internationally," said Jack Mulloy, BuyerQuest's CEO. "He has an accomplished career in building partner programs at IBM, where he was instrumental in establishing and building the BuyerQuest / IBM partnership."
In 2015, BuyerQuest invested heavily in the partner program to enable large system integrators to successfully sell and deploy the BuyerQuest solutions. Lynch will build on this infrastructure and expand the value created by the BuyerQuest partner community.
"In my role within IBM Commerce, I networked extensively with nearly all of the enterprise procurement solutions in the market. Far and away, BuyerQuest's solutions stood above the pack," said Lynch. "I look forward to contributing to the growth at BuyerQuest and helping BuyerQuest partners drive more value for their clients."
BuyerQuest is an enterprise Procure-to-Pay software company, founded on the core belief that the enterprise procurement experience can and should be just as easy as an everyday B2C e-commerce shopping experience. BuyerQuest delivers its end-users a world class shopping experience for all goods and services across the enterprise. Procurement and Accounts Payable organizations are empowered by BuyerQuest's intuitive administration tools to operationalize their contracts and drive compliance through widespread user adoption coupled with advanced intelligence capabilities. Leading companies, universities, and government entities, including: McDonald's Corporation, Kimberly Clark Corporation, and Stanford University use BuyerQuest to drive savings across their organizations.