FurnishNet eyes supplier, mfr. linkages

January 2006
Furniture/Today;1/16/2006, Vol. 30 Issue 19, p30
Trade Publication
The article reports that provider of Internet-based supply chain solutions FurnishNet.Com company (FNC) is marketing its Supplier Connect (SC) service. The SC service automates the paperwork-intensive processes of manufacture-to-supplier ordering, shipment tracking and invoicing. According to Ron Sellers, vice president of sales for FNC the company has processed about 880, 000 retailer-to-manufacturer purchases in 2005, a 57 percent increase over the year 2004.


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