Teekay Signs E-Procurement Contract With SeaSupplier

Wednesday, January 30, 2002
SeaSupplier Ltd., the marine e-procurement subsidiary of Stolt-Nielsen S.A. announced it has signed a multi year e-procurement contract with Bahamas-based Teekay Shipping to connect Teekay procurement systems with its suppliers. Under the agreement, SeaSupplier's SeaConnect(TM) solution will provide Teekay with a common e-procurement platform, which is geared to improve and standardize contract usage, rationalize product databases, and automate connectivity to suppliers worldwide. SeaSupplier's open technology platform and adaptable middleware software will enable Teekay's J.D. Edwards system to communicate efficiently with all suppliers, using multiple communication formats including EDI, EFACT, Flat files, XML and MTML.

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