Widely used by finance and procurement professionals in organisations that span across private, public and not-for-profit sectors, Proactis solutions are routinely integrated with ERP and financial systems. There are a range of on-premise and cloud-delivery options, including Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and dedicated-hosted application delivery and flexible licensing models. The solution suite covers a range of highly integrated areas of Spend Control, yet also highly modular.
Organisations that implement Proactis solutions benefit from:
Consistent obtainment of 'best value' for purchased goods and services
Improved financial control and compliance with organisational policies
Reduced cost of the procurement process
Improved management visibility
Increased organisation-wide productivity
Proactis P2P solutions streamline the purchase-to-pay (P2P) process by enabling organisations to eliminate manual invoice administration, speed up invoice matching and approvals and gain control of 'after-the-event' purchase claims. Modules include: Purchasing, Invoice Receipt, Invoice Processing and Employee Expenses.
Proactis S2C solutions automate the full buying cycle by improving the way organisations find, evaluate and engage suppliers, to increasing 'on-contract' spending and enabling more effective collaboration with their trading network. Modules include: Supplier Management, Sourcing, Contract Management and Content Management.
Proactis Supplier Commerce Solutions help organisations to move to electronic supplier interaction and commerce, a big step toward improving Spend Control. The solutions make it easy for suppliers to interact electronically across the full spectrum of source-to-contract and purchase-to-pay processes.
“eInvoicing is no longer a ‘project’ – it’s business as usual. Processes have been streamlined. We’re making substantial savings each year and lifted a significant workload from Accounts Payable staff and from across the business as a whole.”
Nicole Edbrooke, Head of Purchase to Pay at Essex County Council