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HICX Solutions Expands Leadership Team

Fast Growing Supplier Management Provider Strengthens Resources

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM -- (Marketwired) -- 04/30/14 -- HICX Solutions Ltd (, the leading global provider of enterprise-class supplier management software and services, strengthens its leadership team by naming Grant Watling as its new Principal of Global Consulting Services, and Neeraj Shah as its new Principal of Operations & Implementation.

Grant and Neeraj bring a wealth of experience within the supplier management industry -- having a combined 16 years experience.

Before joining HICX Solutions, Grant held leadership positions at PRGX Inc. and most recently was the Europe and Asia Pacific market lead focused on procure-to-pay, master data management, and analytics. Grant joins HICX as Principal of Global Consulting Services to build up HICX's advisory services. "By integrating the management of master data and supplier management in a single platform that can accommodate central and local requirements, HICX Solutions is meeting a clear and growing client demand." Grant reported. "This is an important evolution from traditional ERP and data cleanse approaches which are falling short of the mark. As such, I am thrilled to join this team and look forward to helping clients make real, positive strides in managing their supplier information."

Grant's education includes a Masters Degree in International Business and Entrepreneurship from the University of Essex where he graduated top of his class.

Neeraj joins HICX as Principal overseeing customer success and client implementations. Prior to joining HICX, Neeraj held leadership positions CVM Solutions and Kroll - serving in the capacity of Vice President over Client Services. HICX Solutions' Executive Vice President, Doug Markle, stated, "I have worked closely with Neeraj in prior organizations, and I have found his leadership, his insight, and his dogged-determination to ensure customer success to be most valuable. This is a great addition to our organization -- and will certainly assist HICX's success in our next phase of growth."

Neeraj's eduction includes a MBA from The University of Chicago's Booth School of Business.

"In Jim Collins' book, Good to Great, he speaks of how great companies focus on getting the right people on the bus. The addition of both Grant and Neeraj clearly underscores our commitment to this ideal," noted Costas Xyloyiannis, CEO of HICX Solutions. "Our rapid growth dictates we expand our leadership team, globally - and I am excited about the prospect of growing our advisory services through Grant's leadership, as well as the stable leadership and experience Neeraj brings our implementation services teams."

About HICX Solutions Ltd

Founded in London in 2004, HICX is the global leader in providing Supplier Information Management (SIM) technology and Business Process as a Service (BPaaS) solutions that help customers, across the globe, reduce costs and mitigate risks. Our integrated suite of technology solutions for Supplier Onboarding, Supplier Relationship Management, Supplier Master Data Management, Supplier Risk and Performance Scorecarding, Supplier Compliance, and Supply Chain Mapping are successfully used by organizations across a wide range of industries. HICX Solutions maintains regional headquarters in London, Chicago, and Dubai. For more information, visit

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