Bridging The Gap Between Small and Large Companies

“I joined the company 14 years ago. It started small. It was this kind of missing space between giant companies and small companies to connect their systems, connecting to the Costcos and the Walmarts and all of that. If you wanted to be a supplier to these companies, even as a small business, even servicing one or two locations, you had to connect electronically to them. Small companies didn’t want to invest so companies like ours came into play. And over the years, when you’re already dealing in their supply chain, you’re handling purchase orders, invoices, and all of these things for them. It’s just a natural kind of evolution into inventory management, legal compliance, and a lot of the other areas where they interact with IT.”