USA: Delaware North expands enterprisewide contract with instill to include online food purchasing for their operating companies
Instill Corporation, the leading provider of e-business services for the $376 billion foodservice industry, yesterday announced that Delaware North Companies has expanded its contract with Instill to include online food procurement to the company's independent foodservice operating units. Delaware North, currently using Instill® Purchase Insight(SM) for purchase tracking, will add Instill Purchase Web(SM) e-procurement service for increased operating efficiency and cost savings across the companies' five sub-divisions.
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