PurchasingNet, Inc. today announced that company President & CEO, Tim McEneny, has been recognized by Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine as a 2009 Provider Pro to Know.
Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine, the executive’s user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, this week released their ninth-annual listing of Pros to Know in its February/March 2009 issue. The Supply & Demand Chain Executive Provider Pros to Know is a listing of individuals from software companies, service providers, consultancies, and analyst or research firms who have personally helped clients during the current economic downturn by assisting them in managing risk in the supply chain, providing competitive advantage, and delivering value to the bottom line.
"This year's Provider Pros to Know have shown themselves to be thought-leaders in their respective supply chain segments," said Andrew Reese, Editor, Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine. "Their efforts, in developing the tools and processes that enable companies to weather risky economic conditions and place them in a position to surge ahead in better times, have earned them a place on this year’s Provider Pros listing," Reese concluded.
This is McEneny’s fourth Pro to Know award in five years; he has been named for a continued commitment to providing flexible, best-in-class Procure-to-Pay solutions that deliver a rapid return-on-investment. McEneny’s company, PurchasingNet, Inc., also distinguished itself from competitors by providing superior Professional Services and Education & Training programs to help organizations minimize risk.
"It is an honor to be named to this prestigious list for the fourth time. Our commitment to delivering flexible, high-value, low-risk products and services is being recognized by industry analysts, editors, and the end-user community," stated Tim McEneny, President & CEO, PurchasingNet, Inc.
McEneny’s experience and recommendations can be found within his weekly blog, The P2P Advisor, Insights from Procure-to-Pay Expert, Tim McEneny.
About Tim McEneny
McEneny is responsible for the overall direction and management of PurchasingNet, Inc. and is the driving force behind the creation of the company’s products. He is widely acknowledged as one of the world’s leading authorities on Procurement and Accounts Payable. He is credited with developing the first-ever Windows-based and Web-based Procurement system, PNet.
Prior to co-founding PurchasingNet, McEneny was a leading international management consultant to companies implementing various ERP/MRP II software packages. As a practitioner, Mr. McEneny was a Materials Manager at Singer, IBM, and Sara Lee.
McEneny is a frequent speaker at international conferences for APICS (American Production and Inventory Control Society) and the Institute for Supply Management™. Recently, he was featured in “Net Future,” a New York Times Bestseller, authored by Internet expert, Chuck Martin. McEneny authored the book, "Up the Manufacturing Organization: The Modern Materials Management Guide to Survival" and contributed the eProcurement Chapter to “The Handbook of eBusiness.”
McEneny is certified at the Fellow Level by APICS and earned a Bachelor of Sciences Degree in Industrial Engineering (BSIE) from Lehigh University. McEneny’s experience and recommendations regarding the Procure-to-Pay space can be found within his weekly blog, The P2P Advisor, Insights from Procure-to-Pay Expert, Tim McEneny.
About PurchasingNet, Inc.
PurchasingNet, Inc. (purchasingnet.com) is a leading provider of Web-based eProcurement and ePayables software to mid- and large-sized companies. The company has over 1,400 customers in Financial Services, Retail/Consumer Products, Professional Services, Media/Publishing, and a variety of other industries.
Founded in 1983, PurchasingNet has focused exclusively on the development and implementation of Procurement and Payables applications since inception. In addition to building an extensive, blue-chip client base, PurchasingNet possesses deep domain expertise in Purchasing and Payables business processes. The average length of service at PurchasingNet is 8 years per employee.
PurchasingNet’s customers include U.S. Bank, Navy Federal Credit Union, American Financial Group, Liz Claiborne, EarthLink, Sirius XM Satellite Radio, Black & Decker, Kroger, and General Mills.