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i2B has vast experience in Supply Chain / Procurement / ERP implementations and business consultancy.  

Their  i2B Connect solution is a cloud based software as a service (SaaS) which seamlessly connects and manages suppliers and business partners all in one place. 

Aligning businesses today using their simple online management tool, enabling a shared view of order acknowledgements, order history, reporting as well as alerting to new or changed documents. 

I2B are the chosen software solution provider for leading brands including: Princes Foods and Drinks, Weir Valves & Controls, Weir Engineering, Armitage Shanks, Boots and Storey Carpets.



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Thomas Wright Way
County Durham
TS21 3FD


+44(0)1740 625258


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