As part of this alliance, Azurian provides Citibank with consulting services to identify the specific needs of customers, develop strategies and provide system integration. Azurian will also provide services aimed at implementing Citibank’s e-Business solutions. In turn, Citibank offers an integrated Internet solution that maximizes management of the supply chain, to the Colombian business community. In addition, the bank facilitates trade between buyers and sellers via the Internet, which enables clients to automate the purchase of indirect materials or MRO (Maintenance Repair and Operations). Citibank is also responsible for developing support and training strategies and for coordinating collaborative commercial efforts. Through this alliance, Citibank and Azurian are able to deliver solutions in a secure environment and tailored to the specific needs of companies. The partnership improves the supply chain process, reducing administrative and operational costs in the management of purchases, sales and trades, while generating additional revenue. It also offers a simple outsourcing mode that does not require a significant licensing investment and is easy to implement and integrate within enterprise systems (it does not require the installation of a large and costly infrastructure.)
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