Suplari Named in the Spend Matters Top 50 Procurement Providers to Know
Suplari Named Winner of DPW’s DEMO 2021 Cost Reduction & Savings Category.
We recently sat down with Jake Arnold, head of Suplari customer success, and asked him what he’s been hearing from customers since Suplari became part of Microsoft.
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.
CPOs, CFOs, and Business Unit Leaders are now able to plan, execute, and measure savings, budget, and financial performance using normalized data and AI-generated automated insights.
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.
Procurement and finance professionals can now mitigate supplier financial risk through a new early warning system that combines Suplari’s AI-based spend insights and collaboration tools with RapidRatings’ Financial Health Ratings
Introducing Suplari Agile Contracts, a solution that gives enterprise procurement teams a steady stream of predictive insights for monitoring and managing their full inventory of active supplier contracts. Suplari Agile Contracts connects automated contract processes to enterprise spend and supplier data, adding workflow, and delivering actionable business intelligence that alerts decision-makers to the best ‘next’ … Read More