The Business Case Made for Procurement Suites: NEW Research

research-1Procurement applications have come a long way since the halcyon days of the early 90s when terms like "module-based" and "best-of-breed solutions" were used to describe their ability to address "point-based problems." These apps, when used properly, could lead to a substantial return for procurement. But they weren't without their downsides.

Jason Busch, founder and head of strategy at Spend Matters, and Michael Lamoureux, research consulting analyst, present the complimentary research brief, Making the Business Case for Procurement Suites, now available for download.

Intuit QuickBooks Self-Employed and Etsy Partner: Is it Relevant to Procurement?

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Intuit, the provider of QuickBooks Self-Employed, and Etsy, the online marketplace for crafted products, announced they will be partnering. Etsy sellers in the U.S. and the U.K. will be able to use QuickBooks Self-Employed under special terms of the partnership. So why do we think what Intuit is doing in the “gig economy” — even with an Etsy — is relevant to enterprise buyers?

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