The University of Cincinnati is ESM Solutions’ fifth research university customer in the last two quarters.
Warrington, PA (PRWEB) October 15, 2013
ESM Solutions®, the leading provider of spend management and eProcurement solutions for the public sector, announces its new higher education customer, the University of Cincinnati. The University of Cincinnati will implement ESM Solutions’ sourcing, purchasing and contract management applications while integrating to its SAP finance system.
The second largest university in Ohio, the University of Cincinnati is a public research university enrolling more than 42,000 students, and is the largest local employer in the Greater Cincinnati area. Cincinnati is the second institution in the University System of Ohio to implement ESM Solutions’ procure-to-pay process.
ESM Solutions will give purchasing access to unlimited end-users and administrators, as well as administrative access to the university’s spend and user data to facilitate strategic spend management across the institution.
“The University of Cincinnati is ESM Solutions’ fifth research university customer in the last two quarters,” said Dan Corazzi, CEO of ESM Solutions. “We are extremely excited to deliver the comprehensive solution and get UC up and running in our system.”
For more information on ESM Solutions visit http://www.esmsolutions.com/.
About ESM Solutions
ESM Solutions gives customers complete control of their spending through a comprehensive, valued-based procure-to-pay solution. We have been helping customers meet operational needs by saving them time and money for more than thirteen years. As a leading provider of spend management solutions, ESM Solutions provides sourcing, purchasing, analytics and contract management applications to public sector organizations. Our intuitive SaaS-based solution makes streamlining the entire procurement process fast and easy, requiring only a browser and Internet access. http://www.esmsolutions.com/
About The University of Cincinnati
The University of Cincinnati is a public research university with an enrollment of more than 42,000 students. It is nationally ranked in various programs, including aerospace engineering, criminal justice, law, medicine and music. The university offers more than 100 bachelor degrees and 600 programs of study ranging from certifications to doctoral degrees. With an economic impact of more than $3.5 billion per year, the University of Cincinnati is the largest local employer in the Greater Cincinnati region.