Corporate Spending Innovations (CSI) Announces Partnership with CedarCreek Systems, the Leader in Business Process Improvements to the Club Industry

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Partnership to cut costs and improve efficiency of payment processing for Clubs

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“It’s rewarding to have the support of CedarCreek Systems as we work to transform Clubs’ AP departments into automated powerhouses where seamless and efficient payments produce additional cost savings and security.”

Corporate Spending Innovations (CSI), a leader in electronic B2B payment solutions, announced today its partnership with CedarCreek Systems (CCS), a value-added reseller (VAR) of products and services that improve business processes within the Private Club industry. The partnership leverages our respective strengths and brings significant value to both CSI and CCS, as well as offering integrated payables technology to Private Membership Social, Athletic, Golf and Country Clubs throughout the United States.

CedarCreek Systems provides consultant-based support to technology and service companies, like CSI, looking to broaden their reach within the specialized Clubs vertical. In addition, they help organizations navigate business process improvements and assist with the Business Process Integration (BPI) automation roadmap. The reseller partnership will now offer Clubs an automated payments solution through a familiar, trusted, and respected company.

“Clubs are actively looking for solutions to cut costs and improve efficiencies in their current payments process. Partnering with a solutions provider such as CedarCreek Systems, who has extensive experience and expertise serving clubs, will help CSI continue to strengthen its payments automation footprint in the golf and hospitality market,” said David Disque, President of CSI. “It’s rewarding to have the support of CedarCreek Systems as we work to transform Clubs’ AP departments into automated powerhouses where seamless and efficient payments produce additional cost savings and security.”

“This relationship was formed as a result of a deep need for an invoice payment solution that would eliminate the burden and cost of invoice remittance for clubs in the US. Together, CSI and CedarCreek Systems provide tremendous value to the clubs, enabling them to utilize their talented finance staff for tasks more aligned to their skillset, rather than processing payments,” says Bill Hirsch, CEO of CedarCreek Systems. “In addition, this relationship will provide a revenue stream to the clubs to offset other operational expenses.”

About CSI
CSI provides innovative payment solutions to world-leading brands with their highly secure corporate payment solutions that include CSI Paysystems, CSI Travel, CSI Go, CSI Connect, CSI Invoice, and global-fleet fuel cards. CSI customers can automate 100% of B2B payables including virtual credit card, ghost card, proprietary network, ACH, check, or FX with cross-border payments settled in local currency. CSI is a certified Mastercard processor and has obtained Visa Ready for Business Solutions approval. CSI is now a fully owned division of Edenred SA, the world leader in transactional solutions for companies, employees and merchants. Learn more at http://www.corporatespending.com.

About CedarCreek Systems
CedarCreek Systems provides products and services that improve and automate the business and operational process called Procure-to-Pay or P2P for private clubs. They currently provide a multi-tenant cloud solution for eProcurement, Accounts Payable Automation (three-way match automation), Inventory Control, Recipe Management and Capital Budget Management, in addition to invoice and payment management services and group purchasing affiliation for private clubs around the world. Their solutions improve visibility and control over the supply chain and back-office operations. The platform and technology connect businesses and suppliers to gain greater efficiency, increase transparency, create accountability and strengthen financial controls. These benefits result in significant business process improvements (BPIs), which help achieve real supply cost savings.

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