This fall PSA Peugeot Citroen 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 for the French company. "We’ll be testing these operations from now to the end of the year." Besides procurement, PSA may use Covisint for a customer order system called Diva that it is ...
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