Clark, N.J.—July 17, 2014—GEP, a provider of procurement and supply chain solutions to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises worldwide, announced that it was selected by global biopharmaceuticals provider Bristol-Myers Squibb to provide procurement services under a multiyear agreement.
GEP can help Bristol-Myers Squibb identify cost-saving opportunities from its global spending.
"We're delighted to be selected by Bristol-Myers Squibb to support their on-going procurement activities," said Neha Shah, executive vice president and co-founder of GEP. "Together, we'll be working to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the company's procurement resources across multiple categories. This strategy will help Bristol-Myers Squibb seek cost savings and leverage internal talent in new ways, creating opportunities that drive the greatest long-term value for patients and shareholders."