SAP Ariba has been named a “best-in-class” ePayables solution provider by Ardent Partners

By Dale Benton
SAP Ariba has been named a “best-in-class” solution provider by Ardent Partners in its 2019 ePayables Technology Advisor Report. SAP was selected...

SAP Ariba has been named a “best-in-class” solution provider by Ardent Partners in its 2019 ePayables Technology Advisor Report.

SAP was selected for its SAP Ariba Invoice Management solution, which provides global support for partners around the globe, manages the complexity on both front and back-ends and leverages the SAP Ariba Network.

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“Ardent Partners’ ePayables Framework is designed to help AP organisations gauge their ability to receive, process and pay invoices, and then determine which ePayable solution can help them automate and streamline that process,” said Andrew Bartolini, founder and chief research officer, Ardent Partners. “SAP Ariba was ranked as a ‘best-in-class’ leader among the providers because of the high level of support its global network is able to offer on both ends of its services, among other factors.”

The Ariba Network is the largest business network in the world, connecting more than 3.8mnh companies transacting more than US$2.6trn in commerce annually.  “Ardent Partners’ recognition of SAP Ariba as ‘Best-In-Class’ is a tremendous validation of our work to help our customers bring efficiency to their processes,” said Darren Koch, chief product officer, SAP Ariba. “Not only is automation a major time saver for our customers, it frees them to focus on more strategic work.”

 

 

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