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cloudBuy Supports Campaign to Create Interoperable E-Procurement and E-Invoicing Networks That Could Save Government Billions

cloudBuy Supports Campaign to Create Interoperable E-Procurement and E-Invoicing Networks That Could Save Government Billions

LONDON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Matthew Hancock MP opened a seminar to drive adoption of cloudBuy's interoperable e-procurement and e-invoicing networks that could save government billions within the UK and internationally

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