AMERICAN FORK, UT -- (Marketwired) -- 05/10/13 -- BidSync's CEO, Sabrina Stover, is one of Utah's "30 Women to Watch" for 2013. The annual list, compiled every May by "Utah Business" magazine, highlights women who are exceptional leaders, entrepreneurs, change-makers and mentors to the men and women who work in their respective industries.
Since 2009, Stover has headed a growing and dynamic team of professionals at BidSync, the leading provider of cloud-based e-procurement solutions for the public sector. Under her leadership, BidSync's value has grown nearly 700 percent, three new products have been introduced to the market, and the company has obtained funding from the angel investment community.
With a diverse professional background including more than 20 years of financial and business management experience, Stover has held numerous C-level positions for software companies. Stover's experience and leadership have driven the production of exceptional products that ultimately help public agencies make better use of taxpayer dollars and achieve greater transparency.
For the complete profile of Stover in "Utah Business," visit www.utahbusiness.com/issues/view/may_2013. For more information about Sabrina Stover and BidSync's end-to-end suite of e-procurement solutions, visit www.bidsync.com.
BidSync is the industry leader in developing cloud-based, end-to-end procurement and bid notification solutions for the public sector. More than 1,000 government agencies nationwide employ BidSync's e-procurement solutions to reduce their costs and improve their efficiencies to meet increasing procurement demands. Providing the largest government bid notification system in North America, BidSync enables its database of more than 700,000 suppliers and vendors to identify, respond to and potentially win more bid opportunities. BidSync was founded in 1999 and is headquartered in American Fork, Utah. To learn more about BidSync, visit www.bidsync.com.
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