CLEVELAND, OHIO – BuyerQuest is pleased to announce that Martin Kelly has joined the company as its new Vice President of Sales. Since its inception, BuyerQuest has had a vision of building a world class purchasing platform with a focus on agility, scalability and an optimal user experience. Now that it’s been proven in multiple Fortune 100 companies, Martin will be responsible for expanding BuyerQuest’s global customer base and increasing BuyerQuest’s presence in the market.
Martin said about the company, “I’ve known the BuyerQuest team for years and have always looked to Jack as a leader in the procurement world. I’ve been amazed by their ability to continually innovate ahead of their competition. That, along with their recent addition of cognitive procurement via IBM Watson convinced me that this was the best possible time to join this company. I’m incredibly proud to be part of this team.”
Martin has over a decade of experience in the procurement space in a variety of roles that have taken him around the world with procurement pioneer Emptoris and technology giant IBM, within both their Smarter Commerce and Watson groups. Martin holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Illinois, Champaign and an MBA from the Kellogg Graduate School of Management
"I'm excited that Marty has joined the BuyerQuest executive team," said Jack Mulloy, CEO of BuyerQuest. "BuyerQuest has delivered Procurement excellence for some of the largest, most well recognized companies in the world. Marty's sales leadership experience at IBM Watson and IBM Smarter Commerce will be a huge asset to BuyerQuest as we continue to grow internationally
BuyerQuest is an enterprise Procure-to-Pay platform that delivers an eCommerce-like shopping experience for the world’s largest companies. Our evolutionary software streamlines the buying process to increase user adoption, drive contract compliance, and, ultimately, save companies money. BuyerQuest customers have the spend transparency, deep insights, and advanced intelligence capabilities to focus more on their jobs, and less on paperwork. Global organizations like McDonald’s, Kimberly-Clark, Aramco (and many others) use BuyerQuest to transform and manage their entire procure-to-pay process