This is the sixth post in our series: “Adoption Playbooks: Providing a deployment framework to maximize results.”  Check back each week for the latest blog post authored by a member of our Customer Success Architect (CSA) team where we will share deployment best practices from real-world implementation experiences in the field. We hope you will find these blog posts and the accompanying white papers insightful.  

If your company is still using paper or systems that limit the engagement of suppliers, business owners, or stakeholders, then you haven’t nailed your mission yet.

Insights From The Field

In my role, I interact with executives from customer and partner organizations of all sizes and industries to help them digitize their manual processes. I understand your mission is to enable your staff and businesses with the right technology platform to achieve the best possible performance. You want your staff to collaborate with business owners to execute business at a faster pace, make optimal decisions, and deliver high value.

With inspiration from the myriad customers with whom I’ve worked, I’m excited to connect you with digital possibilities for your Procurement team.

Here’s a sneak peak at the value other customers’ saw after adding Digital Transaction Management (DTM) to their business strategies:

  • Eliminate outdated paper-based processes completely
  • Conduct business at a fast pace anytime, anywhere, on any device
  • Achieve high ROI
  • Stay in compliance and reduce litigation costs by mitigating risks

It’s now a reality that everything that can go digital will go digital. Many large and small businesses have embraced going digital, and to that point, mobile business. Procurement teams earn a bang for their digital buck by boosting efficiencies in Procure-to-Pay, Purchasing, Sourcing and Vendor Management, Contingent Workforce Hiring, and Travel and Corporate Card Management. The Digital Transaction Management platform enables multiple use cases in each of these areas.

Don’t miss this white paper, written by myself and Anu Gardiner, where you’ll learn how to create a roadmap to digitize Procurement processes successfully.

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