Liaison Technologies Partners with DWG to Create Supplier Enablement Program

To help large enterprise customers work more effectively with suppliers

Atlanta—Nov. 14, 2011—Liaison Technologies, a provider of secure cloud-based integration and data management services and solutions, announced the launch of its Supplier Enablement Program (SEP) Services to help enterprise hub customers improve and empower their supply chains with B2B technology. SEP Services are enabled through Liaison partner DWG, an Atlanta-based consulting company that works with supply chain communities to bring trading partners together through technology.

“Providing our enterprise customers with the services they need to build more effective supplier communities extends the value of the Liaison B2B platform and is beneficial to all involved,” said Rob Consoli, Liaison’s executive vice president of North American Sales. “Inefficiency is a constant challenge for any supply chain and technology is one of the fastest, easiest ways to combat it.”

Going beyond typical enablement programs, the Liaison SEP lets all parties involved focus on what they do best while enabling an entire supply chain to seamlessly interact through B2B technology.

“We’ve found that standard enablement programs don’t really enable at all,” said Andy Davies, president of sales and partner development at DWG. “SEP Services let all parts of a trading partner community contribute meaningfully: technology providers focus on their technology, enterprise hubs and suppliers focus on running their businesses, and DWG focuses on marketing and administering a program that delivers higher adoption rates by ensuring suppliers choose—and use—the right technology.”

Liaison is rolling out SEP Services to its enterprise hub customers beginning this month. For more information, contact Nathan Camp ([email protected]), Channel Manager for Liaison Technologies.


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