E&I Cooperative Purchasing Awards 'Spend
Spikes Cavell Analytic Inc., is delighted to announce that it
has been awarded the competitively solicited 'Spend Analytics'
contract (CNR01319) by
E&I Cooperative Purchasing.
E&I Cooperative Purchasing's 2,000 member institutions are
now able to purchase the full range of Spikes Cavell spend and
contract analytics products and services at preferential rates.
The E&I Cooperative Purchasing (E&I) contract award enhances Spikes
Cavell's long standing and successful strategic alliances with the
National Institute of Governmental Purchasing (NIGP) and the National Association of
Educational Procurement (NAEP).
Gary Link, E&I Cooperative Purchasing Senior Vice President
- Contracts said: "E&I's members are under considerable
pressure to save money and better spend and contract visibility is
critical to that effort. Throughout the solicitation process Spikes
Cavell consistently demonstrated that 'spend analytics' needn't
take forever, consume lots of institutional resources or cost the
earth. Our member institutions now have easy and affordable access
to Spikes Cavell's class leading spend analytics and related
products and services."
Luke Spikes, Spikes Cavell's Chief Executive said: "We're
delighted to have emerged victorious from a thorough competitive
solicitation run by E&I. We look forward to leveraging our
extensive experience of delivering improved spend and contract
visibility for the benefit of E&I member institutions in their
quest to deliver cash savings."
About E&I Cooperative Purchasing
Educational & Institutional Cooperative Service, Inc. is a
not-for-profit buying cooperative established by members of the
National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP) to provide
goods and services to members at the best possible value. The
Cooperative is owned by its membership of more than 2,000 colleges,
universities, K-12, hospitals, medical research institutions and
hospital purchasing organizations located throughout the United
E&I Cooperative Purchasing, in collaboration with the
purchasing community and NAEP, strives to be the primary conduit
for inter-collegiate group purchasing activities by aggregating
knowledge, spend and technology to lower costs for its Member
Institutions and Business Partners.
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