Media release

Delivering effortless and effective procurement solutions

Joe Castello, Irish Minister for Trade and Development; Patricia de Lille, Mayor of Cape Town; Alan Phelan, CEO of SourceDogg and David Long, Director at Resolve
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Resolve, an Imperial Logistics group company, is pleased to announce its partnership with SourceDogg, an e-procurement solution company based in Ireland. This partnership will significantly increase the value that Resolve can add to clients’ procurement capabilities.

Resolve identified the need in existing procurement functions for a functional and efficient solution for clients who do not have large ERP capability, but who nevertheless need to benefit from procurement best practices. SourceDogg, which has been in operation since 2009, was identified as a true best-of-breed business to partner with in order to provide this solution.

SourceDogg is a new e-sourcing tool that simplifies and optimises the sourcing process. It is both easy-to-use and affordable, allows for like-for-like comparisons of quotations and tenders and quick identification of best value.  

SourceDogg provides cloud hosted, sourcing software for large and small companies, with the tangible benefits of cost saving and transparency.

“The SourceDogg application is a powerful, yet simple, tool that immediately adds value to the sourcing process,” explains David Long, Director at Resolve, “and being a cloud-based solution it offers fast implementation and low technology requirements to get maximum benefits for procurement organisations.”

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