Contac wins technology innovation award

Company has created web-based procurement platforms

October 7, 2011
by Purchasing b2b staff

VANCOUVER: Communication and supply chain solution provider Contac Services Inc has won the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC) 2011 CATA Innovation Through Technology Award. The award was presented at the CAMSC Annual Business Achievement Awards Gala in Toronto.

The award is presented to an Aboriginal or minority-owned business for demonstrating innovation in a technology-based product or service. Contac has created supply chain solutions through its Web Store Front Procurement Platforms. These custom branded websites are being deployed by small, medium and large enterprises throughout Canada and soon on a North American and global basis.

Contac includes Grand & Toy, Ernst & Young, M&M Meat Shops and Ramada Canada among those that have deployed the web store fronts allowing customers, franchisees and employees a way to streamline their supply chain management operations. Head offices can maintain brand consistency and reduce marketing and distribution costs.

“We are honoured to receive the 2011 CATA Innovation Through Technology Award this year,” Riaz Pisani, CEO of Contac Services. “Contac is a business that operates on the principle that clarity of purpose and foresight will allow us to grow organically and successfully. We listen to our partners, clients and vendors, and we strive to find ground-breaking solutions that will be profitable for each of us.”