CLEVELAND KeyCorp has added Hewlett-Packard as a supplier on its business-to-business Web marketplace, KeyProcure.
The marketplace, built with Ariba software, is designed to help middle-market corporate clients with $10 million to $1 billion of revenues streamline their procurement process. Its NextPay function enables entire transactions from ordering and invoicing to payment to be handled electronically.
As a major technology provider, Hewlett-Packard represents a significant addition to KeyProcure, said Linda Grandstaff, executive vice president of KeyCorp and chief executive officer of KeyNext, its business-to-business e-commerce unit.
KeyProcure also offers products from Corporate Express, AFD Contract Furniture, Corporate Software, NeoSafety, Flowers Online, and Knowbase Networks.