Rheaply Selected as Member of the SAP.io Foundry New York Fall 2020 Cohort

October 22, 2020

We are honored to announce that we’ve been selected to participate in the SAP.iO Foundry New York Fall 2020 virtual accelerator program. As part of the program, Rheaply will have access to curated mentorship from SAP executives, exposure to SAP technology and application programming interfaces (APIs), and opportunities to collaborate with SAP customers. The program will culminate in a Demo Day on December 15, 2020.

For this virtual, 12-week program, Rheaply joins five other innovative startups that are developing solutions in the retail, automotive, and manufacturing industries. All companies in the cohort are led by women and/or diverse entrepreneurs. The other companies are:

SAP.io Foundry New York Fall 2020 Cohort

“We are proud and excited to participate in this program,” said Garry Cooper, CEO and Co-Founder of Rheaply. “SAP is a company committed to innovation and providing world-class solutions to improving supply chain procurement and operations, as well as backend financial systems. This opens the door for Rheaply’s AxM software to integrate with SAP core products in the supply chain and procurement space to help organizations create a circular ecosystem both internally and externally. Thus, SAP is an ideal partner as we continue to grow Rheaply and build on our vision to build a more sustainable and circular world.”

Sallie Jian, Head of SAP.iO Foundry New York, said, “Rheaply is a very compelling circular economy solution for the enterprise, enabling customers to reuse and recycle assets they already own. This results in fulfillment of ESG and sustainability goals and cost savings to the bottom-line. We’re looking forward to the collaboration between Rheaply and SAP.iO and can’t wait to create some joint SAP opportunities together.”

Stay tuned for more insights from this partnership, including a conversation between Garry and Sheri Hinish on her podcast, Supply Chain Revolution.

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