Concur Signs Three New Concur eWorkplace.com Customers

Concur Technologies (NASDAQ: CNQR), a leading provider of business-to-business eCommerce solutions, announced today that Fujisawa Healthcare, Inc., Laserscope (NASDAQ: LSCP), and Songbird Medical, Inc. have selected Concur eWorkplace.com?. Concur eWorkplace.com provides a best-of-breed suite of workplace eCommerce applications that will enable these companies to immediately reduce costs, increase productivity, and generate profitability by automating business processes.
“Concur eWorkplace.com redefines how companies realize the efficiencies of business-to-business eCommerce,” said Steve Singh, chairman and CEO for Concur. “By automating time-consuming and costly processes, these companies will be able to focus on their core competencies and enhance their competitiveness and profitability.”


Concur eWorkplace.com offers small and midsize businesses the benefits of Concur’s workplace eCommerce solutions, including: business-to-business procurement, travel management, and travel booking. This suite of applications, which is delivered directly to employee desktops via the Internet, is available as an outsourced service, allowing customers to enjoy the benefits of workplace eCommerce without incurring additional hardware, software, or other IT-related expenses. The Concur eWorkplace.com suite is accessible 24/7, and there are no implementation, IT infrastructure, or maintenance costs.


“Adding three leading companies from the healthcare industry to Concur’s more than 120 Concur eWorkplace.com customers further validates the business value and cost savings delivered by our applications,” Singh added.


If you are interested in capturing the benefits of workplace eCommerce for your business, call 1-877-I-CONCUR or visit the other sections of this Web site.


About Concur Technologies
Concur Technologies Inc.? (www.concur.com) is the leading provider of workplace eCommerce solutions that automate costly and inefficient business processes among employees, partners, suppliers, and service providers. Its flagship product, Concur eWorkplace?, integrates Concur’s suite of workplace eCommerce solutions—corporate procurement, human resources self-service, and travel management—through a common business portal. The Concur eWorkplace suite is available in two distinct models: licensed and Application Service Provider (ASP). Both models enable users to access critical information and services, thus reducing operating costs, increasing productivity, and improving supplier management. Concur’s customer base is composed of more than 390 companies, representing more than 2.6 million employees, across more than 20 countries. AT&T, Baxter International, DaimlerChrysler, and Pfizer are among the companies that have selected Concur’s workplace eCommerce solutions. Concur’s global trading network, Concur Commerce Network?, links buyers throughout the workplace together with suppliers to conduct business-to-business eCommerce in real time. The Concur Global Alliance Network? is composed of more than 50 world-class organizations including ADP, American Express, Exodus, KPMG, Microsoft, Nortel Networks, and SAFECO.

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