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Case study: Cloud-Based Procurement Product Brings Savings and Visibility to Buying Process at Scale for First American Financial

January 26, 2011 No Comments

This case study podcast discussion explains how businesses are using cloud commerce to dramatically improve how they procure by better managing the overall buying process.

Cloud-based procurement services are improving cash management, and helping to gain an analytical edge over spend management while constantly improving company-wide buying efficiency and repeatability.

One company, California-based First American Financial, has successfully moved its procurement activities to the cloud to save on operational expenses, even while dramatically increasing the purchases managed.

To learn more about how First American is conducting its businesses better through collaborative cloud commerce, Dana Gardner, Principal Analyst at Interarbor Solutions, interviewed Jeff Nolen, Procurement Solutions Manager at First American Financial Corp.

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