In a small, startup environment, roles are often much less defined than they are in a larger enterprise. Employees wear multiple hats and work together in a variety of activities across the landscape of the business. This collaborative effort within a young, developing organization is a great way for the entire staff to remain involved throughout the business. However, as the company begins to grow and scale, it may become clear that the process is no longer efficient.

As more employees come on board, startups often begin to realize that a more defined process is in order for certain functions, such as buying roles. With mobile procurement, the process has never been cheaper or easier for startups to implement.

In our latest mobile procurement use-case on, we take a look at a startup advertising promotions company and learn how mobile procurement was able to serve as the basis of their procurement process design, setting them on a path to successful spending.

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