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Texas Instruments seeks CascadeWorks advantage

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San Francisco-Texas Instruments Inc., Dallas, is making a technology spend designed to deliver a 5% cost savings on its $250 million annual contract labor and consulting budget. The company has purchased software and consulting from CascadeWorks, San Francisco, to deploy by Oct. 1 a system that will reach more than 500 managers worldwide, said Luther Harris, purchasing manager responsible for administrative services and energy for TI. The company will reach its cost-savings goals by leveraging its overall contract labor and consulting services contracts centrally. Today, most big companies can't track their temporary employee and consulting from a central location, Harris said.
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