Procter & Gamble is set to transfer 16 Cincinnati-based employees to Inmar as the FMCG giant outsources its US coupon-processing, settlement and fraud prevention function, according to a report published by the Cincinnati Business Courier.
The in-house division will be relocated to Inmar’s Clermont County office by the end of June. “P&G has long been recognized as a pioneering leader in consumer promotion, and we will continue their tradition of excellence,” said Inmar CEO David Mounts in a statement. “We are especially pleased to have the coupon processing leadership and associates from P&G join the Inmar team. Their contribution will be important as we continue to grow.”
“Prior to this agreement, P&G was one of only a few consumer packaged goods manufacturers that processed its own coupons,” P&G spokeswoman Tressie Rose told the Cincinnati Business Courier. “Transitioning this work allows our paper and digital coupons to be processed by an industry-leading provider of this service.”