Treya Partners expands strategic supplier partnerships for Private Equity clients
San Francisco, CA, January 15, 2020 - Treya Partners has entered into several new strategic partnerships to significantly expand its Group Purchasing Organization (GPO) category and supplier breadth and depth. Treya’s primary partnership is with the largest GPO in the United States covering both indirect spend categories and direct materials. The partnership will provide Treya and its clients with access to industry leading buying power and world class suppliers with an extensive portfolio of solutions. In addition, Treya Partners has extended its existing partnership with Office Depot for the healthcare industry and developed an improved discount structure for its UPS small parcel program.
These improvements to the Treya GPO program provide value to Private Equity firms and their portfolio companies beyond unit cost savings. The combined purchasing power Treya leverages leads to best-in-class service levels and stronger account representation from suppliers. Many of Treya’s supplier agreements also include member level rebates as well as program level volume rebates. Other benefits include:
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About Treya Partners
Treya Partners is a management consulting firm specializing in procurement value creation, strategic sourcing, and spend management advisory services for Private Equity. Treya was established in 2006 by a seasoned group of supply management professionals and has served hundreds of PE-owned companies across a broad range of industry sectors including manufacturing, distribution, retail, financial services, life sciences, healthcare, and technology. Treya delivers meaningful EBITDA improvements from indirect (SG&A) and CoGS categories in addition to implementing transformative procurement projects. For further information, visit Treya Partners online at https://www.treyapartners.com.
[BM1]Shaun, can we mention OMNIA? I think this would be a lot more impactful if we could mention OMNIA by name and state its buying power.
[BM2]Should we instead link to our category listing on our website, and update that existing page with the links below?