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Coupa's founder joins Ravacan as advisor

RAVACAN, the first direct materials procurement collaboration tool, is thrilled to appoint Noah Eisner, founder of Coupa, to its advisory team. Noah brings an impressive track record of success, and a vast network to help Ravacan continue to grow.

RAVACAN, the first direct materials procurement collaboration tool, is thrilled to appoint Noah Eisner, founder of Coupa, to its advisory team. Noah brings an impressive track record of success, and a vast network to help Ravacan continue to grow.

Noah has over 20 years of experience in B2B software. In 2005, he co-founded Coupa Software (COUP) and grew the company from the initial concept to 100's of customers.

In taking on the advisor role, Noah Eisner said that the industry experts behind RAVACAN give it a strong market position.

"I don't often decide to get involved with a company after a first meeting, but Ravacan was different. Right from the start, I could tell that Anne-Sophie had a potent combination of 1) deep experience with Fitbit, Rolls-Royce, and others, 2) passion for solving a critical business need, 3) technical expertise, and 4) the ability to listen to her customers and advisors. I've loved the procurement and supply chain space for over 20 years. We're at a point where the supply chain shock has become commonplace, with tariff wars, the coronavirus, and oil wars being recent examples. I think Ravacan can be the critical agile supply chain business system that's required for 21st-century buyers and their suppliers."

In addition to founding Coupa, Noah previously held leadership roles at Amazon Web Services and Oracle.  

Noah holds over a dozen patents graduated with a BS in Operations Research / Industrial Engineering from Cornell University and an MS in Industrial Engineering and Engineering Management from Stanford University.

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