Rainmaker Systems Gets Contract Extensions

[Techtaffy Newsdesk]

Rainmaker Systems, a provider of B2B e-commerce solutions has been awarded one-year contract extensions by two different global B2B e-commerce clients.

The first client, a global infrastructure software company that provides independent data integration software on premise or in the cloud, extended its current B2B SaaS agreement to drive online sales revenue from their existing global, customer and partner base. The new contract will expire in December 2012. The second client is a leading provider of enterprise resource planning software and solutions. The new contract will expire in January 2013.


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