There are few technology companies that are doing anything terribly creative when it comes to connecting buyers and suppliers on a transactional basis outside of basic e-invoicing, aside from various tricks involving the onboarding of vendors and enabling downstream activities such as early payment and trade financing. But one vendor stands apart when it comes to pushing the limits of what buyer/supplier connectivity means today by redefining electronic data interchange (EDI) and going far beyond the basics of invoicing alone in a supplier network environment. The provider in question, Nipendo, is exciting on multiple levels, although its reputation has not yet caught up with its capabilities (something we’re hoping to help them remedy with our coverage). One can look at Nipendo as a new type of infrastructure-as-a-service (iPaaS) provider such as MuleSoft or DellBoomi, except one more narrowly focused on trading partner connectivity (primarily involving procurement, suppliers and potential financing partners). In late December I ventured to Israel and took a detour from my trip to spend half a day at Nipendo’s headquarters and explore the latest from this disruptive provider. This two-part Spend Matters PRO brief provides a functional, product and company update to our past coverage of Nipendo, including a look at the provider’s new portal interface.
Nipendo: Capabilities and Use Cases that Make Supplier Networks Look Like Green Screens [PRO]
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