03 20, 2013
SAN JOSE, Ca., March 20, 2013 — FreeFlow, the award-winning provider of inventory asset management technology and services, has reached the highest level of recognition awarded in Deloitte Ireland’s Best Managed Company competition, having won the accolade for four consecutive years.
03 15, 2013
President and partner of FreeFlow, John Kenny, has been recognised by the Wisconsin School of Business (WSB) for his services as Chair of the Granger Center Executive Advisory Board, and become a recipient of the School’s 2012 Shape the Future Volunteer Award.
06 5, 2012
Schiphol (Amsterdam), the Netherlands 5 June 2012 – Each year billions of dollars in excess inventory creates a massive bottleneck in the global supply chain, with the electronic and wireless segments contributing significantly to the problem. The ripple effect of this excess inventory is staggering. Consequently, Teleplan has developed a solution to this multi-billion dollar issue.
04 30, 2012
San Jose, CA April 30, 2012 -- FreeFlow, the world’s leading provider of private marketplace solutions for surplus consumer electronics, has named former Kodak and Nokia executive Robert Pignataro as executive vice president of sales, responsible for business development and account acquisition worldwide, broadening the company’s portfolio of OEM-branded online auction platforms as well as www.FreeFlowAuctions.com, the company’s flagship non-branded platform for new and smaller sellers.
04 23, 2012
San Jose, California, April 23, 2012 – FreeFlow, the world’s leading provider of market solutions for surplus consumer electronics, along with IBM, Tesco and the Industrial Development Authority (IDA) of Ireland, earlier this month hosted a one-week global learning exchange in Dublin and Tralee, Ireland, for students at the Grainger Center for Supply Chain Management at the University of Wisconsin – Madison, School of Business. The objective of the April program was to provide learning and insight about global business and economic development and was attended by twenty graduate/MBA students, all with 4-5 years of professional work experience. In addition to the industry and government workshops the students collaborated with supply chain students and faculty at the University College, Dublin in a research seminar.