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Vroozi: Vendor Analysis (Part 2) — Product Strengths and Weaknesses

02/07/2017 By

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Vroozi stands out in the crowded source-to-pay technology landscape by providing a specialized e-procurement capability that can leverage the underlying components of existing ERP, financial and purchasing systems. It also takes a mobile-first orientation to enabling both business and procurement users. Powering this approach is a robust catalog management engine that creates a single, searchable repository of internally hosted catalog, externally hosted catalog, punch-out and supplier web storefronts. This provides a user-friendly layer on top of the entire procurement experience for buyers, even if ERP and other purchasing components are used on the back-end.

This Spend Matters PRO Vendor Snapshot explores Vroozi’s strengths and weaknesses, providing facts and expert analysis to help procurement organizations decide whether they should consider Vroozi on a standalone e-procurement basis or as a component of a broader transactional procurement and buying environment. The first installment of our analysis provided a company and solution overview and a recommend fit list of criteria for firms considering Vroozi. Part 3 will offer a SWOT analysis, user selection guide, competitive alternatives, and additional evaluation and selection considerations.

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