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Lawson Partners with RPI for P4P

May 5, 2008
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St. Paul, Minn.-based Lawson Software has teamed up with RPI Consultants of Baltimore to assist with the deployment of several Lawson S3 applications, including mobile supply chain management, surgical instrumentation management and strategic sourcing. Through this partnership, Lawson says RPI Consultants will provide expertise and implementation services to help organizations improve P4P capabilities and increase business process efficiency.

Founded in 1999, RPI Consultants says it leverages software and best practices to help companies maximize the efficiency, accuracy and timeliness of the processes used to procure and pay for goods, while helping to minimize the costs associated with these functions.

Lawson provides software and service solutions to 4,000 customers in manufacturing, distribution, maintenance and service sector industries across 40 countries. Lawson’s solutions include enterprise performance management, supply chain management and enterprise resource planning.

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