Gartner featured Vroozi in its list of Cool Vendors in Procure-to-Pay Applications

By Sophie Chapman
Vroozi, the cloud-based procurement platform, has been featured in Gartner’s list of Cool Vendors in Procure-to-Pay Applications. The list highlights...

Vroozi, the cloud-based procurement platform, has been featured in Gartner’s list of Cool Vendors in Procure-to-Pay Applications.

The list highlights new and innovative vendors, products, and services within the procurement sector.

Vroozi recently launched its most significant procurement software with updates to every major area of the application.

This, and the company’s dedication to improving mobile business purchasing, enabled Vroozi to feature in the report.

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“To keep pace with the rapidly changing needs of a digital business, application leaders for finance and procurement must be able to help procurement work more efficiently and scale quickly,” Gartner stated.

“We believe that Gartner’s Cool Vendors report and its inclusion of Vroozi strengthen our 'Mobile-First' and 'Modernization' vision for eProcurement and Procure to Pay solutions and technologies,” remarked Shaz Khan, Co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer at Vroozi.

“Employees are increasingly looking for high-performance B2B purchasing software focused on productivity, automation, and intelligence wrapped in a fantastic user experience layer. With the Vroozi SpendTech™ Platform, buyers order products and services from a robust marketplace directly from their mobile devices within seconds, suppliers gain real-time data insights into orders and invoice payments, and management gets complete spend visibility into the organization.”

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