CLEVER Global continues its expansion and officializes a new subsidiary in Australia
CLEVER Global, a multinational technology services company and SmartSourcing specializing in the global management of suppliers and contractors and electronic trading, continues its strategy of international expansion following the opening of a new subsidiary: CLEVER Australia.
The CLEVER Australia incorporation ceremony, organized in the city of Sydney, was attended by CLEVER Global from the corporate director of Strategy and Organization, Alejandro Jos; and the general director for EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and APAC (Asia and Pacific) regions, David Navarro.
With the opening of CLEVER Australia, there are already 13 countries in which CLEVER Global is set away from Spain. The process of internationalization of the company began in 2007 with the opening of CLEVER Chile. Since then, offices have been opened in Argentina (2010), United States, Peru (2011), Brazil, Colombia (2012), Honduras, Mexico (2014), United Kingdom, Uruguay (2015), Ecuador United States, created in May 2017.
The creation of CLEVER Australia “is a reinforcement of our position in the Anglo-Saxon market in Europe and Asia and Oceania”, explains Alejandro Jos: “We are a global company that, thanks to our international experience, provides local solutions with our own technology, and for that it is important to have a presence around the world, “he said.
With this new subsidiary, the Spanish multinational will continue its supply chain management (Supply Chain Visibility Management) services through technological solutions for Supplier Registration and Certification, Electronic Negotiation, Contractor Control and Subcontractors and the Audit and Evaluation of the same.
CLEVER Global operates in 54 countries on five continents and has been listed on the Stock Exchange Alternative Market (MAB) of the Madrid Stock Exchange since December 2016. It manages more than 22,000 contracting companies, 435,000 workers, 48,000 vehicles and machinery and a volume of purchases of more than 6.1 billion euros.