CLEVELAND KeyCorps business-to-business e-marketplace, KeyProcure, has added seven new suppliers.
KeyProcure clients now have access to discounted shipping service through Airborne Express; batteries and accessories from Batteries.com; promotional services from Clayton Kendall; rugs from Emco Commercial Flooring; technology products from Enable Systems; telecommunication services from Integrated Global Communications; and Superior Bags line of security bags.
The interest in KeyProcure from both suppliers and clients continues to surge, said Linda Grandstaff, the president of KeyNext, the B2B e-commerce unit of KeyCorp. KeyProcure clients benefit from an enhanced selection of products and services from best-in-class companies.
KeyProcure is part of an effort by Cleveland-based KeyCorp to enable its midsize business customers those with $10 million to $1 billion in annual revenues to become active in e-commerce.
KeyProcure is powered by Ariba Inc., a specialist in business-to-business software for the Internet.