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2017 is the year of procurement and supply chain revolution. How will technology disrupt the industry for better spend management and productivity? | Vroozi

Philadelphia Votes: Procurement More than Cheapest Price

Procurement Solutions in Government Better Purchasing Practices Earlier this year, Philadelphia voted on a measure to update their procurement policy of awarding contracts to the “lowest responsible bidder.” Their new “Best Value” procurement solution will help provide better value and improve the city’s ability to [...]

By | July 26th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Retailers Take On Amazon on Prime Day

Online Shopping & Purchasing Software Procurement Software Weighs in On Online Marketplaces Amazon Prime Day brings the craze of Black Friday shopping to July with steep discounts on a variety of products. This year they are including specials through Whole Foods Market, which is now [...]

By | July 17th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Vroozi a Value Leader, Customer Leader in New Spend Matters Analysis

Q2 2018 SolutionMap Available Now Customers and Analysts Rank Vroozi Procurement Solutions Spend Matters released new Q2 analysis of E-Procurement, Invoice-to-Pay, and Procure-to-Pay leaders today. Vroozi is honored to be recognized as a value leader and customer leader in each of these categories. The Spend Matters [...]

By | June 19th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Procurement Solutions: Vulnerable to Procurement Fraud?

US Navy Procurement Fraud Scheme How to Protect Yourself with Procurement Software Automated and streamlined procurement saves many companies millions of dollars through better pricing, better supplier relationships, and improved strategies from data analytics. These benefits are at the forefront of many procurement decision makers’ [...]

By | May 17th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Supply Chain & Procurement Solutions Going Mobile: Coca-Cola

How Coca-Cola is Going Mobile Is your procurement software Mobile-Ready? How do you address supply chain issues in 2018? With mobile technology, of course. Coca-Cola has found a mobile solution to a supply chain issue. In small “mom-and-pop stores,” product outages are often an issue [...]

By | May 10th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Vroozi in Spend Matters Top 50 Providers to Watch in 2018

Award Winning Procurement Software 2018 E-Procurement Award Vroozi is honored to be in Spend Matters' Top 50 Providers to Watch for 2018. The Vroozi Team constantly strives to develop and bring best in class Procurement solutions to the market, and it is wonderful to receive [...]

By | May 8th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Market Trends: Costco Online Sales Boom

E-Procurement Trends Costco Online Shopping and Procurement Software News As shopping is increasingly moving online and mobile, some businesses have been seemingly late to the game. Costco traditionally focused mainly on in-store sales, but its recent push for increasing online sales has been extremely successful. [...]

By | April 3rd, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Big Businesses Take on Supply Chain Slavery

Using Purchasing Software Power to Do the Right Thing Keeping the Supply Chain Honest Humanity United, a US foundation; large corporations from Disney to Walmart; and the British government have partnered to create ‘Working Capital.’ Working Capital is a unique fund created to invest in [...]

By | March 27th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

Top Vroozi Procure to Pay Posts 2017

Procurement Solutions Experts and Updates Learn More about Procurement Software 2017 was a great year for Vroozi, and it has been exciting to share some of that through our website. New collateral, blog posts and press releases all have important procurement updates to help you [...]

By | January 19th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|

CES: The Good, the Bad & the Ugly

CES 2018 Highlights by Purchasing Software Updates from Las Vegas The Consumer Electronics Show continues on this week with exciting demonstrations, announcements, and new tech unveiled. Here are a few updates. The Bad A power outage, likely caused by intense rainfall, shut down the CES [...]

By | January 11th, 2018|Blog, Procurement News|