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VHA partners with supply chain compliance management leader iPRO

Posted 01 March 2018

The Victorian Healthcare Association has partnered with market leader in supply chain compliance management iPRO, VHA CEO Tom Symondson announced today.

Mr Symondson said that the VHA has formed an alliance with Australian owned iPRO, allowing members access to the iPRO world leading software platform that simplifies compliance and mitigates unnecessary risk.
 
“We are delighted to welcome one of the world’s most innovative supply chain compliance management software companies to the VHA.

"The iPRO system automates contractor verification to achieve unprecedented levels of compliance across the supply network. This can help VHA members to reduce risk, build trusted partnerships and achieve real-time transparency.” 

Setting the gold standard for supply chain compliance management, iPRO helps clients manage third party risk and improve governance practices.

For more information about iPRO click here

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