Tenneco Automotive Europe has chosen Getpaid Corporation’s web-based order-to-cash product, and plans to implement it in nine European countries. The Getpaid solution will be integrated with SAP and in-house AS/400 systems supporting the credit organization at Tenneco Automotive Europe with users in nine countries including Belgium, France, Spain, Sweden, Poland, Turkey, South Africa, Germany, and the United Kingdom. Paul Vandermaesen, finance director for Tenneco Automotive’s European Aftermarket division explained that in Europe the company has a very decentralized credit operation. He added that with the Getpaid solution, Tenneco will be able to consolidate data from four different systems, twelve legal entities, and nine different countries, providing the company with a common platform for improved visibility and stronger management of global credit operation.
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