Today is a big day for Terzo. We’ve raised $16M in Series A funding led by Align Ventures with participation from TYH Ventures, Engage Ventures, Human Capital and other institutional investors. We’re also welcoming world-class entrepreneurs as angel investors, including Ryan Breslow (Founder & Chairman of Bolt) and Daniel Saks (Co-founder & President of AppDirect).
We're thrilled to have been named one of CIO Bulletin's 50 Best Companies to Watch 2022!
Ineffective CLMs cost organizations more than just revenue — the negative impacts of using such a software can affect your people, operations, and even company culture. Our latest article with Procurement Magazine outlines some of these impacts and offers a solution to poor contract management: Terzo.
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Terzo is designed to connect people and improve access to actionable data for breaking corporate silos along the way
If the rampant supply chain and business disruptions of the last two years have taught us anything, it's that people still work with people, and people are still the ones getting business done. Technology remains a supporting player, albeit an increasingly reliable one.
Vendor relationship management is critical for enterprises in multiple industries. A 2020 Ponemon survey reports that a typical enterprise has an average of 5,800 third-party vendors — a number predicted to grow by 15% by the end of this year.
New legislative, regulatory and stakeholder priorities are placing increased demands on supply management leaders. Here are three people-powered practices to consider.
Free Contracts from Legacy Siloes to Improve Collaboration and Automation
No business operates in a vacuum. Companies rely on strategic suppliers and vendors to run their businesses successfully. Today, a new consensus is emerging - leaders can’t innovate or execute on their goals in isolation.
ProcureTech 100 Recognizes Terzo as Supplier Management Pioneer
Technology, and especially artificial intelligence (AI), is changing the way business gets done.
When Syracuse athletics alumni Brandon Card and Al Giocondi founded their new tech company, they had an Orange vision in mind.
Former Syracuse football player and current CEO of Terzo Technologies Brandon Card talks about his tech startup and gives his thoughts on the state of Syracuse football with host Wes Cheng
LA TechWatch caught up with CEO and Cofounder Brandon Card to learn more about the inspiration for the business, the company’s strategic plans, recent round of funding, and much, much more.
Terzo transforms vendors into partners with Vendor 360