Foster City, CA - July 27, 2009

Rearden Commerce Named to Supply & Demand Chain Executive's 2009 100 List

Companies Enabling the Economic Recovery Highlighted in "100" List

This month, Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine (June/July 2009), named Rearden Commerce, developer of the leading on-demand platform that helps companies buy and manage services online, to its eighth-annual listing of the Supply & Demand Chain Executive 100. The magazine identified leading providers of supply chain services and technologies that are helping their customers and clients both respond to the downturn and, more importantly, position themselves for growth ahead.

Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine's "100" list is made up of solution providers, consultants and other organizations that are helping lead the way in transforming companies' supply and demand chains. This year the magazine focused the criteria for its "100" feature on companies affecting change during the economic recovery.

"It's an honor for Rearden Commerce to be chosen for this prestigious award, especially this year given the recognition of our commitment to benefiting companies in this economic climate," said David Cassady, president and GM of Rearden Commerce. "As the economy improves, we will continue to make innovation a priority as supply and demand chains evolve. We strive to help companies cut costs efficiently and on-demand."

"Our readers turn to Supply & Demand Chain Executive to learn about solutions and best practices for enabling the supply chain to weather the current economic storm in which we find ourselves, and also to position themselves for growth when recovery takes hold," explained Andrew K. Reese, editor of Supply & Demand Chain Executive. "The corporate executives and line-of-business leaders who rely on the magazine want to know what the different supply chain solution and service providers are doing to help them meet these critical, corporate 'life-or-death' challenges."

Rearden Commerce's technology is leading the way in managing the supply chain by allowing companies to realize cost savings that are especially important in today's economic environment. The platform brings increased visibility into spend across multiple categories and leverages real-time data for control over employee habits, including point-of-purchase approvals and comprehensive price comparisons.

Based on submissions to the "100" from end users and solution providers, the judging committee for the "100," including the editorial staff of the magazine, in conjunction with the editorial advisory board, compiled a list of leading supply and demand chain innovators.