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Live Webinar to Show How Corcentric Helps Boost Cooperative Edge in Marketplace


Corcentric, a provider of innovative financial process automation solutions, is using digitization to help cooperatives compete in a changing economic and political environment.

NCBA CLUSA members are invited to see how the right solutions can help lower operating costs and provide greater visibility for the whole community in a 60-minute live webinar called “Connect Your Community and Get Instant ROI.” Co-hosted by NCBA CLUSA and Corcentric, a gold-level associate member of NCBA CLUSA, the webinar is scheduled for May 28, from 2 to 3 p.m.

Specializing in cloud-based Accounts Payable automation, Corcentric provides connectivity to groups, their suppliers and their members for cutting-edge document exchange and management. Attendees of the webinar will discover how digitizing the connection between business cooperative members and suppliers can save time, ensure accuracy and reduce purchase order processing costs.

“We see technology as an enabler to help create process efficiencies throughout a co-op organization,” said Dave Lindeen, senior vice president of Sales for Corcentric. “Corcentric technology services provide co-ops with the financial services all co-ops need to compete against the big box companies, both from the buy side and the sell side.”

More than 3,000 companies, among them co-ops, rely on Corcentric solutions to automate their business ecommerce needs, including rebate administration, contract management, centralized billing, national account billing programs, spend management and analysis.

“Our close association with organizations like yours has given us a deep understanding of the internal workings and needs of co-ops, their members and suppliers, and lets us create leading-edge financial technology solutions that match their strategic direction and operational goals,” Lindeen said.

Lindeen said many of Corcentric’s co-op clients think of the financial solution provider as an extension of internal staff without the overhead increase that comes with expansion, “allowing them to do more with less.” One client, Lindeen said, takes the metaphor quite literally.

“We are their only ‘employee’ who doesn’t call in sick or take vacation,” he said.

—Click here to register for the May 28 webinar.

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