Chevron Group taps GEP to drive procurement transformation initiative

By James Henderson
The global energy conglomerate Chevon Group has selected GEP to help power the company’s procurement transformation initiative. Chevron will leverag...

The global energy conglomerate Chevon Group has selected GEP to help power the company’s procurement transformation initiative.

Chevron will leverage GEOP’s SMART for full, source-to-pay capabilities, including sourcing and project management, contract and supplier management and comprehensive procure-to-pay for a global rollout.

“We weighed our options carefully, and after a thorough evaluation process, we selected SMART by GEP,” said Ryder Booth, CPO at Chevron,

“We believe SMART by GEP is the right procurement platform for Chevron, aligned with our goal of improving the user experience for the procurement of goods and services across the company.”

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SMART by GEP is the industry's only cloud-native source-to-pay platform, purpose-built for enterprise sourcing and procurement teams on Microsoft Azure.

“We've made a strategic commitment and substantial continuing investment in bringing the most powerful digital technologies together in a comprehensive, entirely unified, cloud-native source-to-pay platform,” said Subhash Makhija, CEO of GEP.

“SMART by GEP is already among the most successful 'consumerised' enterprise-level business applications on the market today.

“And GEP has emerged as the source-to-pay software provider of choice for Fortune 500 and Global 2000 industry leaders seeking real digital business transformation and the game-changing benefits it delivers.”

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