Acquire Procurement Services gains an additional $1 billion worth of experience

Acquire Procurement Services is pleased to announce that Clarence Chee has joined the firm as a Commercial Strategist based in their Brisbane office.

As a Singapore National who now resides in Brisbane, Clarence brings an additional $1B+ worth of establishing commercial supply arrangements across Asia Pacific.

Simon Thompson, Director, Asia Pacific said: “We are excited about working with Clarence. Clarence has a proven track record working within consulting firms as well as some of Australasia’s largest Financial and Resources companies. As an MBA graduate with scientific training, Clarence has an ability to talk shop with operations as well as seasoned senior executives in multiple languages. Clarence is therefore a highly sort after individual and we are humbled that Clarence has chosen to join us to continue to build Acquire Procurement Services throughout Australia and Asia Pacific.”

Clarence Chee said: “I’ve worked with Simon and Greer previously and have seen how their methods in approaching business problems are completely different from the norm. They generate novel solutions that frequently achieve results beyond the standard cost saving targets. I’m very excited to be part of the team as I will be able to expand my horizons through this business.”

As Commercial Strategist at Acquire, Clarence will continue assisting Australia’s largest organisations to identify and realise efficiencies in their most critical commercial arrangements. Clarence will draw on his experience from establishing more than $1 Billion in commercial supply arrangements. This experience has allowed Clarence to develop and refine his skills in procurement, value chain strategy development, sourcing & negotiation, strategic supplier management and project management.

Directors Simon Thompson and Greer Long originally met Clarence when working at Portland Group.

For more information, please contact Simon Thompson.

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