'E-procurement in six months' claim

28 March 2002
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28 March 2002

E-business solutions and consultancy specialist 1eEurope has teamed up with software company Clarus to launch an e-procurement system.

Based on Clarus's software platform, ProcurementPlus aims to get e-procurement up and running at medium-sized to large companies within six to nine months.

The end-to-end solution comprises consultancy, software and integration services, based on standard Microsoft architecture.

1eEurope promises to consult companies on change management, software integration and ongoing management of the supply base.

ProcurementPlus carries no transaction charges and comes in three versions: an integrated solution, an intermediate level with extra consulting and a full consultation and integration.

Graham Higginson, UK managing director of 1eEurope, said: "Most companies want to take e-procurement in stages.

"We're giving them the option of integrating a small number of suppliers into the system, then building up from there."

1eEurope will run a seminar to demonstrate ProcurementPlus at Cable & Wireless's London headquarters on 25 April.

www.1eEurope.co.uk

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