“We are very proud of this new large deal, which reflects our strength to deploy our full suite in a global complex organization”, says Dan Amzallag, CEO of Ivalua.
Redwood City, California (PRWEB) March 26, 2014
With more than 150,000 employees and 37 million customers across all continents, EDF, worldwide electricity leader from generation to transport and distribution, has decided to put its trust in Ivalua Buyer V8. The latest version of Ivalua's e-purchasing software will manage its procurement process, from the handling purchase requests to the consultation, negotiation, attribution and finalization stages including the signature of the contract.
EDF's goal was to update its e-purchasing tool by giving it a Group dimension and pursuing the optimization of its purchasing process.
Ivalua Buyer 8 will provide the group's buyers and influencers with a collaborative tool allowing them to manage and track the purchasing process while offering its suppliers a referencing portal where contract documents and consultation reports will be available.
Eventually, over 5,000 buyers and influencers and tens of thousands of suppliers will use Ivalua Buyer 8 every day.
“We are very proud of this new large deal, which reflects our strength to deploy our full suite in a global complex organization”, says Dan Amzallag, CEO of Ivalua. “Our unique Flex SaaS implementation approach continues to be a key differentiator to our customers to win such deals.”
For more information on Ivalua, please visit http://www.ivalua.com.
Established in 2000, Ivalua is one of the leading global vendors in Spend Management Software, with primary offices located in the U.S. and in Europe. Ivalua offers a comprehensive and modular suite covering the whole Spend Management spectrum, from the strategic side to the transactional and the analytical sides as well. Targeting global medium to large size companies, Ivalua has successfully implemented more than 150 projects worldwide, across 12 different sectors, and is used daily by 150,000 users and 500,000 suppliers from more than 70 countries in 15 different languages.