San Diego: FurnishNet Has Record-Breaking Year

Lee, Jaimy
February 2008
San Diego Business Journal;2/4/2008, Vol. 29 Issue 5, p14
The article reports on the increased number of processed purchases made by Furnich Net Inc. in San Diego, California. The number of processed purchases had increased more than a million in 2007. It had also increased the number of manufacturers connected to the service by 67 percent to more than 1,200 at the start of 2007. In addition, the most common transaction that the firm deals with include purchase orders, advance ship notices and invoices.


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