REV Group® has announced a multi-year agreement with Consus Global to drive supply base optimization, automation, productivity, and working capital value from the REV Supply Chain.
REV Group embarked on its sourcing and procurement transformation earlier this year, which included four appointments to REV’s global sourcing and supply chain team, representing the Fire & Emergency, Commercial and Recreation segments. As part of the partnership with Consus, REV has implemented Ivalua, a leading provider of global Spend Management Cloud solutions, to achieve a more focused and faster source-to-contract cycle.
“Partnering with Consus Global and our successful deployment of Ivalua will accelerate our progress in supply chain optimization at REV Group by applying a powerful toolset of data, supplier management, and competitive bidding capabilities to our team,” says Rob Vislosky, Chief Supply Officer of REV Group. “We are excited about the sizable improvements in productivity, customer delivery, and efficiency that will occur as a result of this strategy.”
● Shortened sourcing cycle times
● 100% visibility of sourcing processes
● Adoption of best-in-class strategic sourcing practices
● Competitive bidding to drive cost savings
● Enforcement of procurement compliances
"Recent supply chain disruptions have highlighted the need for high-performing organizations such as REV Group to implement a world-class strategic sourcing program,” said Shantanu Bhowmick, Chairman & CEO of Consus Global. “With this engagement, we are bringing together our two organizations with the explicit goal of achieving automation and spend visibility which will lead to multi-year cost savings for REV Group and its shareholders.”
“REV Group is renowned for connecting and protecting communities across the country. We’re excited to support REV Group on their digital transformation journey and accelerate their end-to-end sourcing for all spend types. Enhancing collaboration by providing increased visibility and insight is critical to achieving a more focused and faster source-to-contract cycle,” said Dan Amzallag, Chief Operating Officer at Ivalua.