How Can Pharmaceuticals Achieve Greater Diversity

 

What if suppliers could instantly gain full access to their entire supplier intelligence, with just one click? That’s the question Stephany Lapierre asked after watching her colleague rifle chaotically through hundreds of business cards. Today, Lapierre has been recognized as a Top 100 Most Influential Women in Supply Chain, and her company, Tealbook, marked as one of the top 50 companies to watch by Spend Matters.

Marketscale talks one on one with Lapierre about what Tealbook has to offer the B2B world, particularly pharmaceuticals. Tealbook’s combination of machine learning and AI aims to level the playing field for suppliers still garnering certifications. It taps into a pool of suppliers, invites them to get certified, and sets them on their way to being approved and recognized by customers. In short, Tealbook improves natural competitiveness amongst suppliers, feeding innovation and driving change.

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