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Trubiquity Introduces New Product to Streamline Procurement

July 11, 2008

ROCHESTER HILLS, MITrubiquity (formerly Autoweb), a provider of software-based business process automation and data management solutions for the automotive, aerospace, and consumer goods industries, has launched a new software product that streamlines purchasing and procurement processes. Named TRUsource, Trubiquity's new procurement software aggregates and distributes bid content in a secure, auditable and efficient manner for use by manufacturers and their suppliers, according to

TRUsource software helps customers establish and automate procurement processes by streamlining RFx data input, questionnaire development, bid compilation, and distribution, as well as supplier management and reporting. In addition, the new service can be accessed via the Internet at anytime, globally.

Launched on TRUcore, Trubiquity's new software-as-a-service based systems architecture, TRUsource, will replace the company's procurement software product, GlobalSource.

Trubiquity has more than 6,500 customers in 40 countries, with more than 80 global sales partners. As Autoweb, in 2008 the company was named one of the "Michigan 50 Companies to Watch" by the Edward Lowe Foundation as well as a "Michigan Economic Bright Spot" by Corp! magazine.

Trubiquity's customers include BMW, Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Honda, Mitsubishi, and Nissan, as well as BAE Systems, Behr, Federal Mogul, Hella, Honeywell Aerospace, Johnson Controls, Lear, Metaldyne, and Visteon.


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