31st January, 2022
Bengaluru, India, and San Francisco, US: Zluri, a SaaS Management Platform that helps IT teams discover, secure, and manage their tech stack, has announced its partnership with the procurement and supply chain giant Minet Technologies based in Israel.
Minet Technologies is a leading provider of professional services and technologies for supply chain, procurement, and cost savings. Zluri and Minet have partnered to offer Israeli organizations software management and procurement services. Minet already has the market expertise, and Zluri brings in product expertise, aiming for a win-win.
For Zluri to set foot and grow its business in Israel, it needs a trusted partner like Minet serving as a market leader in the country. Zluri believes that the Glocal Model ( Global product + local partnership) is the foundation for success in any market it operates in. Through this partnership, Zluri aims to achieve phenomenal market penetration and growth in Israel.
"Winning in a new market requires the right kind of partnership from the word get-go. Zluri couldn't have found a better partner than Minet and David Inbar for its Israel market foray", said Sethu Meenakshisundaram, co-founder of Zluri. "David comes with three decades of rich experience in the mid-market and enterprise segment, and with Zluri's powerful SaaS Management platform, this is a partnership that will benefit all our Israel customers."
"The software world is moving towards SaaS in rapid steps. However, this trend has led to two significant challenges for organizations - procurement of SaaS and its lifecycle management”, said David, founder, and MD of Minet. “I've seen several leading Israeli organizations face these obstacles regarding SaaS. Minet Technologies wants to offer solutions to these challenges"
To that end, Minet has partnered with Zluri, the only company offering a world-class SaaS management platform AND SaaS procurement services. Minet and Zluri offer Israeli companies a modular and unique end-to-end solution for SaaS management. We have already seen excellent traction, and we're looking forward to the milestones we can achieve together. “
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