ReactorNet Announces Completion of Integration with Staples Technology Solutions for Managed Print Services

The integration will allow buyers to collaborate electronically with the leader in printer fleet management

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Having a leading organization like Staples Technology Solutions join our supplier network is a testament to ReactorNet’s dedication to 100 percent True Visibility.

San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) January 21, 2014

ReactorNet, a premier provider of Cloud-based eProcurement solutions for medium- to large-sized companies, today announced the completion of their integration with Staples Technology Solutions, a business to business division of Staples, Inc. This new integration with Staples is the latest addition to the quickly growing ReactorNet Supplier Network, a robust network of already integrated companies available to ReactorNet’s ePRO customers as well as participants on Cinema Solutions. ePRO is an award-winning Procure-to-Pay platform allowing buyers to directly collaborate with suppliers to gain control of spend management and maximize purchasing power. Cinema Solutions is an emarketplace powered by ePRO and dedicated to the cinema industry.

“Having a leading organization like Staples Technology Solutions join our supplier network is a testament to ReactorNet’s dedication to 100 percent True Visibility,” said Anthony Kylitis, co-founder and vice president of Marketing at ReactorNet. “ReactorNet is devoted to helping their customers know what they’re spending, not only on products, but the services that are so important to their organization.”

While ReactorNet has had punch-out integration with Staples for several years, this latest integration will allow their customers to utilize ePRO to collaborate electronically with Staples Technology Solutions on their Managed Print Services offering. Using Staples’ SOAP-based ticketing system, combined with ePRO’s Asset Management module, customers are able to track printers by serial number and use this information to submit detailed repair orders to Staples. Additionally, customers will be able to receive invoices electronically from Staples for their printer usage and use the ePRO Invoicing module to properly reconcile and approve them for payment. The end result is that customers will have detailed insight into their printing network so that they can make better strategic decisions and reduce costs.

Key features and capabilities of this integration include:

  • Asset Management allows customers to track printers by serial number and link service orders back to those assets.
  • Services eProcurement allows customers to place service orders with Staples for repair of malfunctioning printers. Customers can also reconcile and report on those service orders.
  • eInvoicing allows customers to receive invoices electronically from Staples and use the ePRO Invoicing module to reconcile and/or approve those invoices for payment.
  • Reporting allows customers to report on printer devices and associated repairs as well as printer usage costs.

About ReactorNet
ReactorNet is a premier provider of SaaS-based, eProcurement solutions for medium- to large-sized companies across industries including entertainment, hospitality, and automotive. ReactorNet powers Cinema Solutions and ePRO collaborative platforms, integrating buyers’ and suppliers’ purchasing responsibilities into a centralized location—removing procurement barriers to reduce operational costs by improving accountability, increasing spend visibility, and maximizing buying power. ReactorNet is a recipient of ThinkStrategies’ Best of SaaS Showplace Award.

Founded in 2005, ReactorNet is a privately held company headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Clients include AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, John Q. Hammons Hotels Management, and Philips Lighting Company (a division of Philips Electronics). For more information, please visit http://www.reactornet.com.


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    ReactorNet
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