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Rightworks chose Exodus to host its on-line procurement solution. Rightworks plans to provide a service that outsources procurement solutions via the web.
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Procurement: a Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement. Get Free Knowledge and Other Software to Define Your Diagnosis Related To a Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement. Companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives, and viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives. Procurement opportunities are significant—translating directly, with no dilution, into measurable, hard dollar profit increases.
: Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement Procurement: A Strategic Lever for Bottom-line Improvement Source: ICG Commerce Document Type: White Paper Description: Companies are successfully realizing benefits from their procurement initiatives, and viewing procurement as an integral part of their overall corporate strategy. They no longer perceive procurement as a cost center, but rather as a strategic lever for improving profits or funding new initiatives. Procurement opportunities are
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: The Wheres of Electronic Procurement The Wheres of Electronic Procurement D. Geller - September 6, 2000 Read Comments Stating The Problem Electronic procurement is one of the major business-to-business growth markets on the Internet. As opposed to previous generations of procurement, which have of course been electronic for many years, E-procurement refers specifically to procurement that is based, at least in part, on the use of internet or intranet technology. The final direction will eventually
Federal Procurement Essentials: Sealed Bidding
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: Procurement and Office Supply Companies Ink Deal Procurement and Office Supply Companies Ink Deal D. Geller - October 21, 1999 Read Comments Event Summary PurchasePro.com, Inc (Nasdaq: PPRO) and Office Depot, Inc (Nasdaq: ODP) announced a strategic relationship to capture the purchasing dollars of corporate America s small and mid-sized businesses. Under the terms of the arrangement, Office Depot will be featured as the preferred provider on PurchasePro s business-to-business marketplace, and Office Depot
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: ERP and SCM Implementations Part One: Doing Too Much Too Soon ERP and SCM Implementations Part One: Doing Too Much Too Soon Joseph Strub - April 8, 2004 Read Comments Introduction Enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems are typically very complex and all-encompassing software. Supply chain management (SCM) systems are no slouches when it comes to complexity and scope, either. So why would a company attempt to implement both systems at the same time? Some rationalize that their software is in such dire
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