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Onventis Open Procurement Network

The cloud-based provider Onventis has optimized its e-procurement solutions for midsize enterprises. The Onventis Open Procurement Network connects business processes for buyers and suppliers – simply and securely. The holistic 360° processes for strategic and operational procurement include on-demand content integration as well as networking possibilities across corporate boundaries. With the acquisition of WorkFlowWise in 2020, the Onventis product portfolio in the Procure to Pay area was extended with invoice and expense management solutions. Worldwide, over 1,000 organizations from the fields of purchasing and finance with around 450,000 users and 50,000 suppliers handle over 10 billion euros in business volume annually via the Onventis platform.

Onventis Buyer supports companies in procurement to increase business success through material cost savings and process optimization. Onventis Supplier supports suppliers to attract customers and leverage sales opportunities. The modular Onventis product portfolio has been awarded the BME “Supplier Relationship Management” and “Mobile Procurement” as well as the BITMI “Software Made in Germany” and “Software Hosted in Germany” seal of approval. The information security management systems (ISMS) at Onventis are also certified according to ISO/IEC 27001.

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