Proactis secures council contract extension

Software firm Proactis'‹ has'‹ announce'‹d'‹ that Flintshire County Council has chosen its P'‹roactis'‹ Supplier Network to streamline electronic communications across the supply chain'‹.

​The Wetherby-based firm has entered into a series of agreements that will extend the current contract for a further five years to March 2021.

Flintshire County Council has over 4,000 suppliers and has annual bought-in spend of approximately £130m.

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Leader of Flintshire County Council​, ​Aaron Shotton, said:​ ​“The existing P​roactis arrangement has already delivered tangible savings for ​Flintshire County Council​.

​“​We are now adopting the Proactis Supplier Network which we hope will provide a wide range of electronic connectivity options to streamline our supplier relationships.​” He said the council hopes to pass ​on the benefits​ to its suppliers a​nd ​said the software deal will ​accelerate payments​ and expand sales with other customers.

​Proactis CEO ​Rod Jones said: “This agreement further endorses the group’s supplier networking strategy.

“Flintshire County Council is a long-standing and valued client with a forward thinking attitude to the use of technology to improve the efficiency of its supplier interaction.

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“The Proactis Supplier Network will provide a frictionless method of communication that enables Flintshire County Council and its suppliers to streamline business processes, improve information quality, reduce administrative costs and provide new commercial opportuni- ties.”

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