Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Oracle Procurement News

VeriFone Reveals How It Slashed $4 Million in Procurement Costs
A leading manufacturer of credit-card verification systems will discuss how it cut approximately $4 million in procurement costs over three quarters thanks to increased visibility of production expenses. More…

Cut Costs Quick: Oracle Looks at New Sourcing On Demand Subscription Offering
Oracle’s widely used sourcing application may soon be available in an Oracle-hosted version as an alternative for companies that want to jump-start sourcing programs while avoiding up-front capital expenses. More…

Use These Five Strategies to Save Money During the Recession
Procurement plays an important role in reducing costs and maintaining profit margins in all economic climates. But during extended economic downturns, procurement can drive savings. More…

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