Hewitt Selects Cirqit.com's ASP Solution for Print Procurement
Press release from the issuing company
WHIPPANY, N.J., - Cirqit.com, a leading application service provider (ASP) to the Fortune 2000 for complete end-to-end solutions to automate and manage the life cycle of corporate business communications, today announced that its newest client, Hewitt Associates, a global management consulting and benefits delivery firm, selected Order-It™, Price-It™, Fulfill-It™, D.A.M.-It™ and Customize-It™ to establish an online system for print procurement and the distribution of its business communications.
Using the latest advances in eCommerce, customer relationship management (CRM), eCollaboration and digital asset management, Cirqit.com will streamline Hewitt's global business communications process from concept and creative design, to print production and materials fulfillment. Specifically, Cirqit.com will establish a uniform Web-based platform for e-commerce initiatives between Hewitt and its existing supply chain partners. This will help Hewitt manage print costs, analyze supplier core competencies, reduce transaction cycle times and create process improvements.
"We anticipate that Cirqit.com's suite of services will enable us to create an online print and fulfillment exchange that will allow our marketing department, external agencies and print supply chain partners to streamline the communications process, while enhancing our global brand," said Gary Vega, manager of Hewitt's Supporting Services team.
"We are pleased that Hewitt Associates has selected Cirqit.com to build an end-to-end business communication infrastructure," said Mark Hausser, President and Chief Operating Officer of Cirqit.com. "The firm will now be able to collaborate and conduct commerce online with their supply chain partners to create targeted business communications for their worldwide customer base while focusing on cost management and supplier core competency strategies.
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