- Jewson take on Wesupply. // Builders Merchants Journal;Dec2008, p14
The article focuses on the implementation of the Wesupply Electronic Trading and Business Activity Monitoring solution by the Jewson Ltd. The solution is delivered through IBM Managed Services to streamline their order tracking and invoice management systems. According to Stephen Bacon, Jewson's...
- Swets Blackwell and IBM Develop Products. // Computers in Libraries;May 2001, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p20
Reports on an agreement between Swets Blackwell and IBM to develop a portfolio of Web-based information management products and services for corporate clients and end-users, to manage their subscriptions online. Details of the two-phase implementation of the services; How the first phase will...
- FLUOR AND IBM PARTNER TO STREAMLINE PROCUREMENT. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;03/20/2000, Vol. 244 Issue 11, p15
Announces the partnership formed by Fluor Corp. and IBM Corp. to build an electronic procurement service for construction companies. Description of the service; Development of the client base.
- Traditional purchasing processes are costing companies millions. // Westchester County Business Journal;6/5/95, Vol. 34 Issue 23, p12
Reports on the results of the survey by International Business Machines Corp. on the cost of traditional purchasing processes by companies in the United States. Types of procurement processes that result in wastes; Impact of technology in reducing costs of procurement; Comment by Sal Grillo,...
- IBM Takes The Procurement Plunge. Duvall, Mel // Inter@ctive Week;09/28/98, Vol. 5 Issue 37, p13
Reports in September 1998 that the International Business Machines Corporation has entered the procurement market. Description of the company's procurement system; Description of the server on which the system is built; IBM's competition in this arena.
- Purchasing survey opens eyes. // Automatic I.D. News;Mar1996, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p38
Looks at a survey sponsored by International Business Machines (IBM) on the financial cost of inefficient purchasing practices of companies. IBM's introduction of its Electronic Commerce Service; Maverick and non-production purchases as the source of most corporate purchasing losses; Executives...
- Big Blue's big push on the Internet. Whitestone, Randy // Inter@ctive Week;10/14/97, Vol. 3 Issue 21, p71
Presents information on the products which International Business Machines (IBM) released in September 1996, aimed at Internet commerce. Components of CommercePoint product family; When IBM established its Internet division.
- IBM to take the plunge with a b-to-b exchange. Grygo, Eugene; Scannell, Ed; Lawson, Stephen // InfoWorld;06/05/2000, Vol. 22 Issue 23, p3
Focuses on the preparation of IBM Corp. to launch its e2open.com, the global Internet business-to-business exchange for the telecommunications and electronics industries. Concerns and issues surrounding the exchange; Comments from Bob Timpson, general manager of solution developer marketing at IBM.
- IBM mines e-commerce market. Scannell, Ed; Jones, Chris // InfoWorld;11/11/96, Vol. 18 Issue 46, p3
Reports on International Business Machines Corp.'s (IBM) strategies for its Commerce-Point electronic commerce programs. IBM's products and services for data mining and outsourcing; Capabilities of companies to cross-sell via intranets.