Moore Introduces New E-Commerce Solution

BANNOCKBURN, Ill., June 26 /PRNewswire/ -- Moore North America (MNA), a division of Moore Corporation Limited, announced the release of E-Procurement@Moore.

Moore North America (MNA), a division of Moore Corporation Limited, announced today the release of E-Procurement@Moore, a Moore E-Business electronic commerce solution that enables online procurement of on-demand print services, business documents and other standard, business products and supplies.

E-Procurement@Moore is the newest complement to Moore's already robust suite of electronic commerce services, and the integral component of @Moore, a comprehensive, Internet portal providing a single point of integration, access and navigation among digital solution for the management of paper and electronic documents on an enterprise-wide scale.

E-Procurement@Moore provides users with a customized, online catalog featuring Moore products as well as those of third-party vendors.

Additionally, the solution provides a simple, fast and efficient means to requisition documents for print-on-demand. By electronically linking multiple end-users in various locations with multiple suppliers, E-Procurement@Moore streamlines the entire purchasing process, enhances overall operational efficiency and reduces costs. The solution is especially well-suited for the procurement of high-volume products such as standard business documents, sales and marketing literature, and items used in conducting business and maintenance/repair operations such as office supplies, office furniture and safety equipment.

"E-Procurement@Moore makes it simpler and more convenient than ever before for customers to conduct business with Moore," stated David Schreck, vice president, Sales and Marketing, E-Business. "Facilitating business transactions via the Internet, E-Procurement@Moore builds on our proven experience to bring together the solutions that will enable our customers to gain the benefits of conducting business in a digital environment -- cost savings, revenue enhancement, increased time to market and operational efficiency."

Customers can browse the online catalog, which features a number of robust search and navigational capabilities, and place an order with just a few clicks of their mouse. Additionally, via standard-order templates, the system conveniently recalls items ordered most frequently - on a personal, as well as corporate level. The system is exceptionally user friendly, and on-screen item displays ensure order accuracy. Powerful security features and controls built within the system limit access to authorized users only and enable the secure transmission of order information directly to Moore's central order management system. E-Procurement@Moore also provides for credit card purchasing, consolidated invoicing and real-time order shipment tracking.

In addition to its customers, Moore itself will take advantage of the new system through an enterprise-wide internal implementation. "E-Procurement@Moore will empower Moore to improve its own operations, and in doing so, secure our competitive advantage. The implementation of this new system within Moore demonstrates our unshakable confidence in this solution and its ability to maximize internal efficiencies, enhance customer service and generate sizeable cost savings," explained Schreck.

Moore's aggressive development of digital solutions to help customers harness the power of automation to manage information more effectively, is an integral part of the company's overall corporate strategy for growth and profitability.

"E-Procurement@Moore -- as well as our ever-expanding @Moore suite of digital offerings -- represents the next logical step for Moore," said W. Ed Tyler, president and chief executive officer, Moore Corporation Limited. "Our unequaled knowledge and experience in paper-based information management, combined with our superiority in emerging technology, uniquely qualifies Moore to lead our customers into the business environment of the future and the wealth of opportunities and challenges it brings."