U.S. Bank Renew Reseller Agreement with OrderHouse

Wednesday 27 April 2005 10:07 CET | News

U.S. Bank Corporate Payment Systems, has renewed its reseller agreement with OrderHouse for its Powered-by-OrderHouse branded solution, which is the foundation of eCommerce Suite.

U.S. Bank eCommerce Suite extends the functionality of the U.S. Bank Purchasing Card program, by quickly and inexpensively connecting buyers and suppliers via the Internet for cost-effective e-procurement. Since initially deploying eCommerce Suite in 2002, U.S. Bank has experienced 25 to 30 percent year-over-year growth in the number of active orders and transactions taking place via the eCommerce Suite application. OrderHouse is a leading provider of Supplier Relationship Management (SRM) solutions delivered as a service-oriented, on-demand platform. OrderHouse offers a complete procure-to-pay platform enabling organizations to quickly leverage its SRM solutions into procurement, payment automation and supplier relationship initiatives. The OrderHouse platform helps Small-Medium Enterprises (SMEs) and Fortune 500 companies reduce the cost and complexity of implementing eProcurement, Payment Automation and Supplier Enablement solutions. It accelerates the delivery of top and bottom-line results. Through the Powered-by-OrderHouse program, select financial services and enterprise software partners deliver branded and cost effective e-procurement, payment and supplier enablement solutions to their end customers. U.S. Bank Corporate Payment Systems, a division of U.S. Bancorp, offers clients a full suite of solutions for commercial, fleet and B2B payment needs. U.S. Bank was the first to offer corporate bankcard, purchasing and relocation card programs, the first to offer a private-label fleet card and is one of the largest merchant acquirers in the world.

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