Bidpath, eBreviate Aim for Internet-Powered Asset Disposition
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Seattle-based Bidpath Corp, which provides marketing and technology services to the asset disposition industry, Thursday partnered with Walnut Creek, Calif.-based eBreviate to create a faster, more efficient way to conduct Internet-powered asset disposition events.
The alliance targests the business-to-business market for the disposition of corporate, personal and government assets by auction -- a market estimated to exceed $200 billion a year, according to a national Gallup survey.
"eBreviate has emerged as a leader in delivering Internet-enabled strategic sourcing technology and services," said Scott Laster, Bidpath president and chief executive officer. "Bidpath's auction marketing services and technology will add a key solution for the corporate procurement challenge of decommissioning and disposal of surplus corporate assets."