Proactis Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) ensures compliance with established approval policies to avoid unnecessary or inappropriate purchases while making it easier than ever for your organisation to quickly get the goods and services it needs from the suppliers that deliver the best value.
Proactis P2P mobile app allows users of Proactis P2P to receipt purchase orders and capture expense claims. Managers can receive and issue approvals quickly, checking key details and financial information easily to support their decisions and help budget control. Once alerted, they can approve or reject via their smartphones.
Proactis AP Automation dramatically reduces the complexity and cost of your entire Accounts Payable function, from invoice receipt to payment authorisation. It even opens up options for revenue generation through supply chain financing.
Increase on-contract spend by making it easy for your staff to access approved supplier catalogues and websites from within your Purchase-to-Pay system.
Proactis Contract Management
PROACTIS Contract Management enables procurement departments to gain control and visibility across the entire contract lifecycle.
With Proactis Sourcing, you can replace piecemeal processes with a seamless framework that optimises the way you engage with suppliers and run competitive sourcing events of all types.
Proactis Supplier Relationship Management equips procurement teams to build and maintain a comprehensive supplier directory, while freeing up valuable time.
Cloud-based and mobile-ready, Proactis Spend Analysis combines sophisticated spend data capture, cleansing, enrichment and classification capabilities with powerful, intuitive, ready-to-use analysis tools.
The Proactis Supplier Network connects you and your suppliers in the most efficient way possible at every important touch-point as you do business together. Put simply, interactions of all types become fast, easy, inexpensive and trustworthy for all parties.
Banks, insurance companies, brokers and other financial service firms are ahead of other sectors in many aspects of spend control...And yet, significant opportunities for driving up efficiencies are being missed.