Intalere partners with Ivalua & Consus Global to digitize and transform their sourcing, supplier management and contract lifecycle management processes
New York, NY January 07, 2021
We are excited to announce that Intalere, a healthcare supply chain GPO based in St. Louis, Mo. has successfully deployed the Ivalua solution suite. The solution will support Intalere’s Supplier Management, eSourcing, Contract Lifecycle Management and transactional procurement processes. Furthermore, the Ivalua solution will drive automation and efficiency for Intalere’s demanding Category Management requirements, helping to align the needs of over 100,000 members across the healthcare industry to capture improved value. Consus Global led the implementation and transformation efforts to support Intalere’s critical efforts for driving cost savings and organization-wide transparency and efficiencies”
“The Ivalua platform was the right choice to address Intalere’s demanding supply chain needs as a Healthcare GPO with a large & diverse customer base. And Consus was a great partner to assist us in implementing the platform to make sure it improved efficiencies by giving us a single, integrated platform that not only supported, but enabled our business processes” says Todd Larkin, Chief Operating Officer at Intalere.
“Consus is proud to partner with Intalere on this strategic project. The implementation was meticulously planned and truly a joint effort with unflinching support from Todd, John and their team”, says Sonal Shukla, Managing Partner at Consus Global. “We are confident that the journey post Ivalua will assist Intalere in their goal to empower their members and partners to achieve operational excellence”.
“Modernizing healthcare supply chains is critical to ensuring patient care is effective and affordable,” explains Dan Amzallag, COO at Ivalua. “We are proud to announce another successful healthcare digital transformation, at Intalere. Their dedication to efficiently serving members, and collaboration with us and our partner Consus was key to the successful roll-out.”