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PRO Unlimited’s Ted Sergott to Deliver Opening Remarks at “ProcureCon Indirect East” 2013
By: Business Wire
Feb. 1, 2013 12:07 PM
Worldwide Business Research (WBR) has invited PRO Unlimited’s Senior Vice President of Product Development, Ted Sergott to deliver opening remarks at the ProcureCon Indirect East Conference this February 12 in Charlotte, NC.
A recognized technology industry trailblazer, Ted will share his unique perspectives on how indirect procurement executives must successfully leverage social, mobile, cloud and big-data intelligence to remain competitive. Ted is a visionary leader, responsible for PRO’s world-class and purely vendor neutral SaaS-based Vendor Management System (VMS) platform called WAND X.
The conference, which takes place in Charlotte, NC from February 11-13, brings together global experts, highly regarded speakers, and indirect procurement executives from across the country to network and share best practices in indirect procurement.
About PRO Unlimited, Inc.
PRO Unlimited, Inc. delivers a full range of services to address indirect procurement, management and compliance issues related to contingent (non-employee) workers (i.e., independent contractors, consultants, temps and freelancers). PRO pioneered the concept of purely vendor-neutral contingent workforce management in the early 90's and now works with some of America's largest and most prestigious companies. As part of its total solution, the company offers services such as e-procurement of contingent labor, 1099 consulting and audit support, as well as third-party payroll. PRO hosts its own VMS application, WAND X, currently utilized in the U.S. and abroad. PRO Unlimited, Inc. is based in Boca Raton, FL, with offices worldwide. For additional information, please visit our website www.prounlimited.com or call toll-free at (800) 291-1099.
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