Clark, NJ — April 28, 2003 — e-Sourcing services provider Global eProcure has expanded its presence on the West Coast with the addition of a business development veteran to drum up clients out of the company's Los Angeles office.
Kurt Golser brings to his new post more than 18 years of business development and operations experience across a range of business settings, including Fortune 500 companies, technology firms and management consulting companies.
Most recently, Golser was vice president of supply chain operations for Galleon Wireless Broadband, a start-up high-tech equipment manufacturer. Prior to that Golser was a principal with PRTM and A.T. Kearney, and a senior consultant with Gemini Consulting (now Cap Gemini Ernst and Young), all management consulting firms.
In his new position, Golser is to work with Sam Gadodia, executive vice president at Global eProcure, out of the company's Los Angeles office to expand its presence among clients in the media, hi-tech and manufacturing sectors.
"Kurt brings extensive experience in operations and technology to Global eProcure and will be instrumental in developing strategic relationships with key players in the hi-tech industry" said Subhash Makahija, CEO of Global eProcure, in announcing the appointment.
Privately held Global eProcure, based in New Jersey, is owned by NB Ventures, a woman-owned and minority enterprise, and is backed by institutional investors.