French & Associates, a leading provider of Order-To-Cash outsourcing, announced that it has changed its name to Equitant. Equitant manages over $20 billion in revenue for its clients. Equitant’s Executive Chairman and Co-Founder, Paul French said, ‘Since its inception in 1987, the company has gone through tremendous growth and change to become a leading Business Process Outsourcing supplier in the Order-To-Cash management arena. We pursued a new name, tagline and logo to reflect this change and to position us to serve the growing, global market. However, the company’s focus remains the same: Order-To-Cash outsourcing for the Global 1000.’
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