Suplari Named in the Spend Matters Top 50 Procurement Providers to Know
Procurement technologies are moving at a rapid pace, and the additions of AI and machine learning are transforming how procurement and finance leaders add massive value to their organizations. The bottom line? AI helps you find cash and save money right away, everyday.
In 2016, we started Suplari with the vision of empowering teams to make better and faster purchasing decisions by leveraging AI-driven insights from the data trapped in antiquated enterprise systems – ERP’s, Source to Pay systems, budgets, contracts, T&E systems, and corporate cards. We built an awesome team and product that is second to none in the category.
Digital Procurement World has selected Suplari as a semi-finalist in the Cost Reduction & Savings Category for DPW Demo 2021 Startup Competition. Suplari was down-selected from 73 teams from 19 countries to participate in the semi-finals. DEMO 2021 brings together the most disruptive startups that will have the most significant impact and ROI on procurement’s digital transformation.
Artificial intelligence is now prevalent in the enterprise. Software can automatically clean data, produce prescriptive insights and guide the end user to “the next best action” workflow to capture the opportunity.
Curt Hall of Cutter Consortium recently published a thought piece on applications of AI and ML for optimizing procurement. He highlighted Suplari and partner RapidRatings as an example use case for managing Supplier risk with AI.
DEMO 2021 brings together the most disruptive startups that will have the greatest impact and ROI on procurement’s digital transformation.
Fantastic article from the talented Tiernan Ray of ZDNet and Barron’s. This is the single best overview of the vision of Suplari, Inc. and the future of the AI-driven enterprise.
Kearney recently published an article highlighting 10 critical technologies organizations need to adopt to protect against and prepare for more COVID disruptions in 2021. Kearney included Suplari among the list for our excellence in rapid automation in spend diagnostics.
CPO, Karoline Dygas joined Nordstrom in 2019, where, among other things, she supports all of the organization’s indirect spend. At Nordstrom, indirect spend is everything outside of the merchandise sold in the stores. Prior to Nordstrom, Dygas spent five years at Starbucks, where she led the Global Sourcing and Store Development Supply Chain, and before that she was senior director of strategic sourcing at Walgreens.