Spend Matters 50/50: Vroozi – A Provider to Watch in 2015

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There’s no shortage of tech vendors in the purchase-to-pay (P2P) market, an area of procurement technology that on the surface would appear somewhat commoditized. But the nuance we can affix to transactional shopping and buying in a corporate setting can be as complex and dizzying as the different types of businesses that procurement serves. And increasingly, procurement is serving its customers in more and more ways.

Vroozi – funny name, serious product (and customers) – is one such e-procurement provider making a growing name for itself among a small community of P2P process owner connoisseurs that value certain features, such as putting forth a full mobile-first vision for buying – as well as managing the true complexities of complex catalog procurement and all of the content management and control requirements it brings.

Vroozi is not all things to all people. A suite? Nope. A full accounts payable (A/P) automation and global e-invoicing suite? Not yet. But for those organizations that want to push the limits of what transactional buying will look like, Vroozi’s capability is compelling – and its vision is unique.

We’re excited to name Vroozi to our 50 Vendors to Watch list. Organizations that are likely to gravitate to Vroozi include:

  • Firms looking to replace legacy e-procurement tools with the latest in search, shopping and catalog management capability
  • Organizations that want to apply a buying front-end to ERP systems, including SAP
  • Those with a distributed and/or field-based structure with employees working outside of an office environment and favoring mobile platforms as the dominant form for shopping, ordering and buying
  • Companies that want to add a creative wildcard to their e-procurement shortlist compared with better-known providers

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