Procur Global Sourcing has announced that its official launch will be Q1 2021. After multiple meetings, the team decided that the best time to roll out our strategic Procurement services is the beginning of 2021. 2020 was an incredibly unique year that it gave our team a look into how COVID-19 would affect supply chain channels. This challenge allowed for us to forge some strategic relationships not only on the vendor side, but also on a Joint Venture basis with a tech company that develops Procurement software. We believe that these relationships will help us expand much quicker into Q2 and Q3 of 2021 than originally anticipated.
The company was originally formed to address a domestic market of mid to large cap companies that could benefit from our Procurement abilities. Stemming from its sister company (International Offset Corporation) was a need for a domestic based Procurement business as we saw that more and more of clientele demand was in the domestic marketplace. While International Offset Corporation was purchasing globally for foreign entities, other prospective clients were asking about the abilities domestically for cost reduction. Procur was born shortly after with the intent to handle all domestic clientele regarding their Procurement and sourcing needs.
We believe that with these forged relationships created that Procur has the potential to make a major impact in the Procurement space.
We will start our first contract purchasing millions of dollars’ worth of housing materials for two different developments, one in the Dallas Fort Worth, TX and the other in Lake Charles, LA. The opportunity consists of over 500 homes..Learn More
Through many different discussions, we have decided to partner with tech company MonetaPro – www.monetapro.io . MonetaPro is a new B2B platform that acts as a marketplace for mid to large cap companies to Procure goods..Learn More
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