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An Introduction to Spend Matters Vendor Snapshots – Ivalua

Our Spend Matters’ analysts have created a whole series of ‘Vendor Snapshots.’ Contrary to what that name suggests, these snapshots comprise a full-rounded look at […]

Breaking News! Ivalua Achieves ‘Unicorn’ Status with $1bn Valuation After Securing $60m Funding Round

Cloud-based spend management firm Ivalua, possibly the fastest-growing, still privately held, source-to-pay-suit technology provider, announced today that it has secured $60 million in growth equity funding […]

Ivalua in Paris – Painting an Impressive Picture

As promised we have more coverage from Ivalua Now which took place in Paris last week. Peter Smith returns to share his thoughts ...  Last […]

Ivalua Now Paris: A Huge Success and a Testament to their Growth

Spend Matters analyst, Michael Lamoureux, attended Ivalua's annual conference in Paris last week. Here, he shares his experience and learnings with us.  I knew that […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Ivalua, Apttus, Crossrail, Awards and Stereo Honey

Raj Sharma, founder of Public Spend Forum was in town yesterday, from Washington DC, and we had a very interesting session with Ian Makgill of […]

Swissport Drives Procurement Improvement Through S2P Technology – Highlights From Ivalua Event

One of the highlights of the recent Ivalua customer event (“the Voice of Procurement”) in London was the keynote from Reiner Orth, CPO of Swissport, […]

Ivalua and the Voice of Procurement

On Tuesday I co-chaired the Ivalua Now customer / user event at Kings Place, near Kings Cross. It’s a very nice venue, kitted out for […]

Ivalua in London – “The Voice of Procurement” Next Tuesday

Next week on Tuesday 13th March I’ll be co-chairing the Ivalua “the Voice of Procurement” event at Kings Place near Kings Cross, London. There are […]

Procurement And Music Collaboration – Ivalua Event Suggests Links

We mentioned recently the forthcoming Ivalua NOW event in London on March 13th, (you can book for that here, free of charge to practitioners) and explained that […]