New E-Procurement System Makes Corporate Printing Painless

Commercial printing just got easier, as large companies can now access the nation’s largest print network through their existing e-procurement systems.

This fully integrated access is made possible through the FedEx Office e-procurement system – the company’s latest digital innovation announced today.

Greater efficiency, more options

By working alongside the various in-house solutions large companies already use, the FedEx Office e-procurement system makes it easier than ever to print to FedEx Office’s unparalleled network of more than 1,800 digitally connected locations.

The new solution gives customers greater control and more order customization options than similar platforms. Tailored to each business’ unique needs, the system offers unmatched support for highly customized orders, including those with special instructions. Customers can also use the system to route projects for internal approval, specify delivery options and track orders. These advanced capabilities eliminate non-automated steps, allowing large companies to maximize efficiency and, ultimately, reduce costs.

“At FedEx Office, we’re continually working on innovations to our network, to deliver a best-in-class experience for all of our customers,” said Aimee DiCicco, senior vice president of Sales, FedEx Office. “Our e-procurement solution is the latest in a line of digital and physical enhancements designed to exceed our customers’ expectations in maximizing the efficiency of their print supply chain.”

Streamlined print, simplified billing

In addition to making complicated print jobs a thing of the past, FedEx Office e-procurement also erases invoicing headaches. The solution syncs seamlessly with each company’s existing billing system, allowing them to process print invoices like all others. Whether ordering for one location or many, companies can now manage billing and internal coding for print jobs within their existing structure.

FedEx Office delivers a variety of best-in-class printing options that can be tailored for each customer, from mom and pop shop to multinational corporation. For more information on e-procurement and other corporate services, visit www.fedex.com/corporateprint.

About FedEx Office

FedEx Office, an operating company of FedEx Corp., has more than 1,800 stores and locations primarily in the U.S. and Canada, providing convenient access to printing and shipping expertise with reliable service. The company’s network features retail stores, centralized production centers, corporate on-site print centers, and on-site business centers at hotels, convention centers and universities. Services include copying and digital printing, professional finishing, document creation, direct mail, signs and graphics, computer rental, free Wi-Fi, corporate print solutions, packing services, FedEx Express and FedEx Ground shipping, Hold at FedEx Location and more. In addition, InformationWeek 500 recognized FedEx Office ® Print Online and FedEx Office ® Print & Go solutions with the 2011 Most Innovative Products award. Products, services and hours vary by location. For more information, please visit www.fedex.com/office.

About FedEx Corp.

FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) provides customers and businesses worldwide with a broad portfolio of transportation, e-commerce and business services. With annual revenues of $43 billion, the company offers integrated business applications through operating companies competing collectively and managed collaboratively, under the respected FedEx brand. Consistently ranked among the world's most admired and trusted employers, FedEx inspires its more than 300,000 team members to remain "absolutely, positively" focused on safety, the highest ethical and professional standards and the needs of their customers and communities. For more information, visit news.fedex.com.

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