New case study illustrates efficiencies at Washington public utility district.
Newburyport, MA (PRWEB) - Corridor Company, Inc., a leading provider of contract management software, is pleased to announce a new case study featuring implementation of its software at Public Utility District No. 2 of Grant County, Washington (Grant PUD). Corridor’s software is used successfully in Grant PUD’s procurement process.
Grant PUD operates two Columbia River dams and two smaller hydro generators, in addition to over 4,000 miles of transmission and distribution lines and a high-speed fiber-optic network. Procurement contracts span categories such as water resource management, power generation equipment, machine parts and maintenance, emergency response, and fiber optic expertise.
Corridor’s case study describes the challenges Grant PUD faced in three areas: contract requests and creation, obligation management, and reporting. By moving off manual systems to Corridor’s software, Grant PUD was able to achieve efficiencies in contract turnaround time. With manual contract processing a thing of the past at Grant PUD, contract processing times have been reduced by 67%, and for some tasks by 85-90%. Overall contract processing costs, including business user process costs, are 25% of what they were under the manual system.
Corridor’s case study on Grant PUD’s implementation “Corridor Contract Management Enables Savings, Accountability for Procurement” is available for download at https://www.corridorcompany.com/case-study-grantpud .
About Corridor Company
Corridor Company, Inc. is a leading provider of contract lifecycle management solutions on the Microsoft Cloud. With thousands of users globally, Corridor Contract Management solutions are trusted by Intel, Hyundai, Logitech, and other world-class organizations.
To learn why clients choose Corridor as their contract management partner, visit http://www.corridorcompany.com.
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