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Largest software companies: Ivalua

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Founded in 2000, Ivalua provides software solutions to supply chain and procurement leaders to digitally transform their business processes.

Ivalua helps over 300 leading companies within the automotive, financial services, food and beverages, healthcare, manufacturing, oil, gas and energy, retail, telecommunication and public sector. Companies that have used Ivalua include: Deutsche Telekom, NYC, AXA, Blackberrys, Piramal and many others.

“We chose the Ivalua platform because of its usability, its seamless integration across modules and our back-end systems and its configurability, which allows us to easily meet our unique and evolving requirements ensuring we achieved our objectives of broad adoption, transparency, compliance and efficiency.” -  Wolfgang Groening, Digitalisation Projects, Procurement Sourcing and Vendor Management Project Director.

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Ivalua’s core solutions include:

Complete source-to-pay: empowering procurement and supply chain leaders to fully digitise all processes, manage all spend categories and improve transparency and data quality.

Strategic sourcing: a connected and collaborative suite to bring more spend under management onto one platform, allow collaboration internally and externally for sustainable value and improve supplier performance as well as risk management.

Procure-to-pay: empowering users, suppliers and procurement to have efficient and effective processes by digitalising and optimising buying and paying processes, achieving higher compliance and improving visibility and access to data.

In addition to these solutions Ivalua has platforms for: supplier management, sourcing, contract management, procurement, invoicing, strategy and analytics.

Did you know? Ivalua was No. 8 in Supply Chain Digital’s October edition for Top 10 software companies.

 

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