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November 15, 1999 - ENI Expands Management Team.
Following its relocation to the Boston area, Environmental Network International, Inc. (ENI) has expanded its management team. Jay Fredkin, formerly Vice President of Sales and Marketing at National Technical Systems, Calabasas, CA, has been hired as President/ CEO. Tully Ryan, founder, becomes Vice President. Victor Briabrin, formerly head of software development at the Academy of Sciences in Russia, and later Project Manager at the International Atomic Energy Agency, is ENIs new Senior System Architect. Richard Hamlen, formerly with Motorola Cellular and earlier with Dun & Bradstreet, has been hired as Manager of Vendor Services.
November 1, 1999 - ENI Moves Headquarters to the Boston area.
Environmental Network International, Inc. (ENI) has relocated its headquarters to Newton, MA. The companys move, formerly headquartered in Raleigh, NC, brings ENI close to its investors, and will facilitate its plans to ramp up operations.
June 10, 1999 - CH2MHILL Announces Roll-out of ENI/CH2MHILL Co-branded Platform
CH2MHILL is pleased to announce the roll out of the CH2MHILL on-line procurement platform. The procurement platform program is designed by Environmental Network International, Inc. (ENI) (
) and is extranet based. The program will connect CH2MHILLs Procurement Professionals and Project Managers with the sellers of environmental services, supplies, and equipment. CH2MHILL Procurement Professional and Project Managers can use ENIs on-line system to identify qualified vendors for the project and then e-mail the vendor the Request for Proposal (RFP), thus eliminating many telephone calls, mailing, and faxing of the RFPs.
April 14, 1999 - Dames & Moore Group
The corporate purchasing function at D &M is looking for innovative processes to assist and augment the D&M purchasing program. In keeping with this goal, it has been determined to utilize a methodology presented to us by Environmental Network International, Inc. (ENI).ENI provides a low risk, cost competitive way for us to locate, pre-qualify, solicit and procure environmental service providers, equipment manufacturers and product vendors. This service will assist D&M objectives by providing a one stop shop for our Project Managers and Procurement Professionals to make D&M more cost competitive with our clients. Ron Robinson, Operations Purchasing Manager
April 1, 1999 Earth Tech Announces Implementation of ENI/Earth Tech Platform
Effective April 1, 1999 Earth Tech will be utilizing a co-branded on-line procurement platform provided by Environmental Network International, Inc. (
).The co-branded ENI/Earth Tech platform will be utilized by Earth Tech Project Managers through our secured intranet as our primary procurement resource tool to access qualified vendors and suppliers to meet their needs on commercial and federal projects. - Terri Vernon, Director, Federal Contracts.
January 22, 1999 Earth Tech Endorses ENI-Net
On-line Business-to-Business Communication Conduit Streamlining Procurement:Earth Tech, Inc. is pleased to endorse a new service provided by Environmental Network International, Inc. (ENI). This service will enable Earth Techs project managers around the globe to easily and cost-effectively learn about supplier capabilities.ENI-Net will provide our personnel with a quick, informative and easy-to-use, on-line procurement platform, highlighting our preferred suppliers, thus reducing costs associated with procurement, vendor identification, vendor approval processes, and solicitations received via on-line. - Terri Vernon, Director, Federal Contracts.
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