Procure IT, the Carrollton-based data-driven IT procurement and management company, announced that Managing Partner Jordan Solender will lead the development of Procure IT’s ground-breaking Customer Experience (CX) Platform.
The company said that Solender is an expert in systems integration and process automation.
“Jordan Solender’s deep technical knowledge, business acumen and sales-enablement expertise make him the perfect person to lead Procure IT’s CX Platform initiative,” Randy Jeter, founder and managing partner at Procure IT, said in a statement. “Our goal is to provide the most comprehensive and scalable data-driven procurement experience, and Jordan’s experience and leadership will help our team realize our goal.”
Procure IT said its CX Platform enables technology advisers and decision-makers with the ability to consistently track, manage, and optimize the cost, performance and risk across their IT environment in real time.
It said that Version 1.0 is expected to launch in the fourth quarter.
In his new post, the company said Solender leads the development team, outlining critical functionalities required to meet the needs of federal and commercial clients and deliver on Procure IT’s vision to provide “Procurement as a Service” by using its data-driven software platform to manage the entire procurement lifecycle.
Solender is the founder of IT consulting firm Premier Technology Advisors, which is one of the four technology advisory firms that formed Procure IT.
While leading Premier, Solender developed automations for sales and operations that enabled the organization to exceed the service delivery and objectives of its federal and commercial clients, Procure IT said.
Premier’s expertise and systems are critical building blocks for realizing the Procure IT vision, the company said.
Solender previously spent more than a decade with tech giants such as Apple and Dell, where he developed expertise in IT, security, backup solutions, and federal government sales.
“I’m excited to lead the development of Procure IT’s CX Platform,” Solender said in a statement. “We’re reimagining how IT is sourced, optimized and managed by creating a holistic view of technology vendors, the marketplace and the economy to enable our business customers to make data-driven decisions.
“Initially, we will leverage data to help customers optimize spend, technology selection and vendor management. Ultimately, our data-driven platform will offer the ability to predict outcomes to guide decision-making,” he said.
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