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ImageX Integrates With Major Platforms, Oracle, SAP and PeopleSoft

Wednesday, January 16, 2002

Press release from the issuing company

KIRKLAND, Wash., Jan. 15 - ImageX has expanded e-procurement platform integration capabilities for its ImageX Print System. The company has been able to integrate with Ariba and Commerce One for more than a year. With this added functionality, ImageX can seamlessly integrate with other e-procurement systems such as Oracle, SAP and PeopleSoft, as well as other legacy systems. Companies that have corporate-wide e-procurement systems can take advantage of the ImageX Print System from within their enterprise e-procurement applications. This seamless connection to a company's purchasing system enhances ImageX's reach to its customers' entire employee base, therefore increasing opportunities for revenue. "In today's economy, companies are looking towards e-procurement to streamline processes and cut costs,'' said Rich Begert, president and CEO, ImageX. "Our integration capability expands our e-procurement functionality by allowing customers to easily connect the ImageX Print System with their company's purchasing system, without disruption to their purchasing processes. With this new capability, ImageX can now support the e-procurement initiatives of 95% of Fortune 1000 companies.'' Using the latest technology, the ImageX Print System and its print procurement integration feature supports almost all platforms and protocols, including XML, cXML, xCBL, EDI, OBI, RosettaNet and more. In addition, the print procurement integration feature comes with process support for PunchOut and RoundTrip (Create, Edit, Inspect) as well as Business Document Exchange (Purchase Orders, Purchase Order Acknowledgements and Advance Shipping Notices).

 

 

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