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When $5 billion CB Richard Ellis Group decided to build an automated invoice processing, approval and payment system, it wanted to do it right. So the Los Angeles-based commercial real estate company spent nine months investigating vendors. Many offered ready-to-go, end-to-end packages, according to Margaret Guelzow, the company’s financial systems manager. But CBRE decided the best solution was to take performers from four different providers and organize them as a quartet that could harmonize all the different processes the company needed. The players are Cambridge Solutions, Bank of America’s PayMode, and rCash Pay and SiteStuff, both owned by Yardi Solutions.

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