CLEVELAND, OHIO (November 13, 2019) – Proforma is excited to announce the rollout of their new ProGlobal Network, a program that will be used to pair Owners with overseas Supplier Partners that have the qualifications to facilitate global account opportunities and international company store programs.
The program, which will service the global fulfillment of print and promotional products for multinational organizations across all major regions of the globe, has already produced measurable results. Throughout its early stages of development, the ProGlobal Network has processed numerous million-dollar orders as well as placed over $10 million in active RFPs.
“We are devoted to facilitating opportunities for growth for our Proforma Owners, so it was a natural progression to begin establishing and strengthening our partnerships on a global scale,” says Michele Cardello, Vice President of Strategic Partner Development. “With thousands of overseas suppliers, we understand it can be time-consuming and sometimes daunting for our Owners to navigate the process of overseas procurement. Our mission with this program is to work hand-in-hand with our Owners, current preferred Suppliers and new global Suppliers to help identify the most ethical and best suited partner for their global opportunities.”
Through this program, Proforma’s Strategic Partner Development team will play an integral role in working with Owners to establish global company store programs, analyze the impact of regional tariffs, provide global trade compliance and identify opportunities for cost savings and duty management recovery options.
“As it is our mission to help our Owners achieve their highest level of business success, we are always looking for new ways to expand our Support Center services,” says Vera Muzzillo, CEO of Proforma. “Through the ProGlobal Network, our Strategic Partner Development team is working closely with our Owners to align them with the best international Supplier Partners, giving Owners the resources and expertise to make the most educated decisions for their global orders.”