WELCOME TO CUSTOMER-POWERED ePROCUREMENT
Our clients’ ideas, input and innovations directly influence the way we develop our cloud eProcurement and spend management software, giving you a platform that your staff and suppliers will love to use.
See how our customer-centric software can benefit your organisation.
Reduce supply costs
On average our eprocurement systems are helping reduce customer’s supply costs by 18%
Control staff spending
No more non-compliant spend, we can ensure your staff order goods and services from agreed suppliers at agreed prices
Lower supplier risk
We can help you ensure your suppliers have the right credentials to work for you, are financially fit and under the right contract terms
Improve supply chain performance
With collaboration and evaluation tools to better manage your suppliers
Boost staff productivity
We can reduce time spent by your staff involved in every aspect of purchasing, from ordering goods to administering invoices
Trusted by Brands Worldwide
Our cloud procurement solutions are trusted by the world’s leading organisations in over 102 countries, with £23bn of spend under management annually for 260,000 users.
Better buying outcomes
“Powering our source to pay processes with web3 brings around 2,000 vendors with an annual spend of several hundred million pounds under management. All our supplier and contract master data is managed in web3, fully integrated with Sage X3 and our airline-specific direct procurement systems such as Airpas and AMOS, so we’re now in total control of supplier data quality and risk management. We expect significant and ongoing cost savings for the business”
Richard Young, Director of Procurement and Finance Business Partnering, Flybe
Take a look at our latest blogs and news stories
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