Claritum Software


 

With over 150,000 users in 35 countries, Claritum’s cloud based spend management platform streamlines source-to-settle processes for mid-sized and enterprise-level organizations. 

From source to settle, organizations have an automated process to capture orders, aggregate demand, specify the right requirements and match those requirements to the right vendor. From there users can evaluate bids, set contract rates, and move on to an integrated ordering and invoicing process. 

This platform includes sourcing, supplier management, procurement, invoicing, and more. It's typically recommended to manufacturers, retailers, service providers, pharmaceutical companies, and other organizations with complex, deadline-driven products and services. The platform is delivered as a SaaS application. Updates and support are included in the monthly fee; free training and a knowledge base are available online.

 

Supported Operating System(s):
Mac OS, Web browser (OS agnostic), Windows 10

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Paul from More Business from the Web

November 2014

November 2014

Cloud-based spend management platform

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Bolt on easy to use front end helps with compliance, ordering and invoicing.

Having a spend management platform that automates the source-to-settle process for the entire supply chain demonstrates that you¿re a serious player. Being able to show streamlined sourcing and procurement processes that adhere to best practice allows you to set yourself apart from your competitors.

An essential capability for Print Service Providers (PSPs) is the ability to efficiently capture orders from clients through an online storefront, catalog or customer portal. This system allows you to do that and get your complex category spend under control, enabling you to fast track growth and therefore see uplifts in profit.

Source: Capterra