|By Marketwired .||
|June 17, 2014 12:28 PM EDT||
CLEVELAND, OH -- (Marketwired) -- 06/17/14 -- BuyerQuest, the market leading Procurement Software and Services Company, announced today the release of BuyerQuest 3.0. The announced enhancements to the BuyerQuest platform are designed to fuel the new levels of connectivity, collaboration, and analytics necessary to optimize the business of procurement in today's fast-moving, networked economy. As the procurement industry's only platform powered by eCommerce technology, this latest release further cements BuyerQuest's position as the most disruptive procurement enablement solution on the planet.
"With the BuyerQuest 3.0 release, we further expand and redefine core procurement, receiving and payables processes from an end-user perspective," said Salman Siddiqui, Vice President of Product at BuyerQuest. "We continue to maintain our focus on enabling P2P functions to be more efficient and productive while, at the same time, creating a new industry standard for UI design and system administration."
Through enhanced Procure-to-Pay functionality, a wonderfully simple user interface, and advanced behavioral insights delivered as part of the latest release, companies can now execute a more intelligent and automated procurement process that drives better business decisions and widespread user adoption.
"The 3.0 release represents a significant advancement in functionality and usability for our customers," said Jack Mulloy, Chief Executive Officer at BuyerQuest. "We remain committed to the idea that enterprise procurement should be just as easy as buying something on any popular B2C eCommerce site. Our fanatical focus on the end user experience sets BuyerQuest apart from the competition while also setting a new standard for procurement systems globally."
To learn more about BuyerQuest and the value it can deliver for your organization please visit www.BuyerQuest.com.
About BuyerQuest, Inc.
BuyerQuest is a world-class eProcurement Software and Services Company. Since the inception of eProcurement in the mid 1990s, the BuyerQuest Team has been on the leading edge of P2P implementations and deployments internationally. This deep eProcurement experience, gained through deployments at some of the world's largest and most respected global companies, gave our team a molecular understanding of the strengths and, perhaps more importantly, the weaknesses of virtually every flavor of P2P technology. BuyerQuest was founded on the core belief that the enterprise procurement experience can and should be just as easy as an everyday B2C ecommerce shopping experience. BuyerQuest delivers its end-users an eCommerce shopping experience for all Goods AND Services across the enterprise. Procurement organizations are empowered by BuyerQuest's intuitive administration tools to operationalize their contracts and drive compliance through widespread user adoption coupled with advanced procurement intelligence capabilities. Please visit www.BuyerQuest.com to learn more.
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