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SciQuest Vice President, Business Development Named 2015 Supply & Demand Chain Executive Pro to Know

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SciQuest (NASDAQ:SQI) , a leading provider of cloud-based business automation solutions for spend management, today announced that Jeremy Becker, vice president, business development, has been named a Pro to Know by Supply & Demand Chain Executive. Jeremy will be featured among other recipients in the publication’s March 2015 issue.

With more than 300 entries for the 2015 Pros to Know Award, this distinction recognizes supply chain executives and manufacturing and non-manufacturing enterprises, that are leading initiatives to help prepare their companies’ supply chains for the significant challenges of today’s business climate. This year’s list includes individuals from software firms and service providers, consultancies or academia, who have helped their supply chain clients or the supply chain community at large prepare to meet these challenges.

“Supply chains continue to grow increasingly more complex and dynamic. In many cases, effectively managing these supply chains and driving down cost requires transformation and adoption of new methods and technologies,” said Becker. “I’m honored to be recognized along with my business development team for helping our partners apply SciQuest’s technology to their spend management challenges, allowing their supply chains to remain fluid and efficient.”

At SciQuest, Becker is responsible for the recruitment, development and support of SciQuest’s business partners and indirect sales channels. He brings more than a decade of sourcing, consulting and partner building experience to this position. Prior to joining SciQuest, Jeremy held various management roles at CombineNet (acquired by SciQuest in 2013).

About SciQuest

SciQuest (NASDAQ:SQI) spend management solutions enable procurement, sourcing and financial professionals to focus on strategic decisions that transform business processes. Used by hundreds of organizations and leading global companies, our feature-rich products combined with our expert services, help hundreds of organizations improve, automate and optimize their source-to-settle processes – driving bottom line results.

Learn more about our solutions and how we can help your organization turn spending into savings at

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About Supply & Demand Chain Executive

Supply & Demand Chain Executive is the executive’s user manual for successful supply and demand chain transformation, utilizing hard-hitting analysis, viewpoints and unbiased case studies to steer executives and supply management professionals through the complicated, yet critical, world of supply and demand chain enablement to gain competitive advantage. On the Web:

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