Marketplanet

Domaniewska 49 | Warsaw, mazowieckie | 02-672 Poland
karolina.kutysz@marketplanet.pl
+48 225768800
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We combine analysis, planning and optimisation of all the Source-to-Pay aspects, from defining the strategy to technological introduction. More than 150 customers, including 6 out of top 20 companies from CEE Region use Marketplanet Platform, purchasing and procurement software, to gain competitive advantage and to reduce costs. Marketplanet Platform supports the strategic planning process associated with the purchase and selection of business partners, as well as the operational part associated with strategic supply. Marketplanet’s technology is complementary to ERPs. For over 14 years, Marketplanet has supported or coordinated purchasing projects in the mining, telecommunications, energy, gas, petrochemical, pharmaceutical and production industries as well as the public and FMCG sectors, achieving savings of 5 to 60% which equal over EUR 500 mln so far. We develop the supplier cloud Marketplanet OnePlace that connects buyers and suppliers. Companies gain control of a transaction, a real competitive advantage through cost reduction and increased sales. We make Internet purchases for companies as easy, as they are for individuals. Learn more at www.marketplanet.eu, Read more on the Marketplanet Blog, Follow us on Twitter @Marketplanet_En

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