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

100 companies - 100 days

We announced here and here our two (not ranked) lists: Spend Matters 50 To Know and 50 To Watch firms for 2015/2016. In the first case, this is our view of the 50 solution provider type organisations in the procurement industry that every senior procurement leader should be aware of and understand. The 50 To Watch are the up-and-coming firms  - those with interesting and relatively new solutions for our market. The 50 To Know are the key organisations in our industry that procurement executives need to have on their radar.

Having announced the lists, our US colleagues are now featuring each of the 100 firms in turn with an article giving an overview of each, with some headline Spend Matters thoughts on them. So on this site we will be giving you a brief extract of the US article, plus adding our own comments where we have anything useful to add from a European perspective. Sometimes we do, sometimes we don’t!

Here is what our US colleagues had to say about Vroozi:

"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. 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."

There's more on what our US colleagues have to say about Vroozi here. We don't have a lot to add; it is a US-based company, certainly an emerging leader in cloud-based procurement solutions with some customers we can see in Europe. It's one of a new breed of procurement software providers with its mobile e-procurement platform, and we would certainly describe them as 'next generation.'

 

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