Vroozi Launches New Catalog and Purchase Requisition Extension for SAP SRM and S/4HANA
New catalog and purchase management solution increases spend under management and employee adoption
Vroozi, a trusted SAP Partner and leading procure-to-pay solution provider, announces the release of Vroozi Purchase Requisitions, a catalog and purchase management extension for SAP SRM and S/4HANA. The new solution enhances the value of SAP SRM by streamlining the purchasing process, improving spend management and boosting user adoption. For companies preparing to migrate to SAP S/4HANA, the catalog extension helps ensure a smooth transition, without disrupting the procurement experience.
“We’re enabling organizations to increase adoption and spend management value from SAP SRM by augmenting their current investment with our Vroozi Catalog and Purchase Requisition Extension”
Vroozi’s extension offers SAP customers a modern marketplace and catalog experience with fully automated purchase requisitions. Now, employees can search and shop with approved suppliers, create shopping carts and initiate and approve purchase requisitions all within Vroozi’s digital marketplace before returning to SAP – making the entire process faster and simpler.
“We’re enabling organizations to increase adoption and spend management value from SAP SRM by augmenting their current investment with our Vroozi Catalog and Purchase Requisition Extension,” said Joe Fox, CEO of Vroozi. “Our catalog extension products allow any employee to seamlessly find and purchase the goods and services they need while maintaining corporate controls enforced by SAP SRM. With a streamlined purchase requisition process, organizations reap the benefits of increased spend under management, more efficiency, and higher levels of user adoption – a critical component of procurement success, especially as many SAP SRM shops transition to SAP S/4HANA.”
SAP SRM customers can add Vroozi Catalog and Purchase Requisitioning without ripping and replacing, and quickly integrate it with their new SAP S/4HANA platform – resulting in no change for their users.