PARIS — PSA Peugeot Citroen this fall will begin using Covisint for the first time since joining the e-business company in May. "In the next few months, we will have some experiments for parts; to use consultation on line; auctions and catalogue purchasing," says Bernard Basquin, in charge of purchasing vehicle parts for the French automaker. In addition to procurement, Peugeot may use Covisint services for a customer-order system called Diva that it is developing. Diva will link ...

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