San Antonio (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
ReactorNet, a premier provider of Cloud-based eProcurement solutions for medium- to large-sized companies, today announced they will be exhibiting at HITEC, the world’s largest hospitality technology show, to be held June 23 to 26 at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Customers will be able to see firsthand ReactorNet’s award-winning Procure-to-Pay platform, ePRO, which allows buyers to directly collaborate with suppliers to gain control of spend management and maximize purchasing power.
“We are looking forward to networking with our peers in the hospitality industry,” said Nathan Waltrip, director of Business Development at ReactorNet. “Attending a show like HITEC gives us the opportunity to showcase our software directly to the hotel finance and technology professionals who are in the trenches and working on finding ways to help their organization operate more efficiently. This allows us to not only demonstrate ePRO’s value and new features but also gather important feedback on the challenges facing our industry today so that we can come back and incorporate ways to help resolve those issues within our application.”
On display at the show will be all the components of ePRO that make it such a comprehensive solution for purchasing professionals, including:
ReactorNet is a premier provider of SaaS-based, eProcurement solutions for medium- to large-sized companies across industries including entertainment, hospitality, and automotive. ReactorNet powers Cinema Solutions and ePRO collaborative platforms, integrating buyers’ and suppliers’ purchasing responsibilities into a centralized location—removing procurement barriers to reduce operational costs by improving accountability, increasing spend visibility, and maximizing buying power. ReactorNet is a recipient of ThinkStrategies’ Best of SaaS Showplace Award.
Founded in 2005, ReactorNet is a privately held company headquartered in San Antonio, Texas. Clients include AMC Theatres, Cinemark Theatres, John Q. Hammons Hotels Management, and Philips Lighting Company (a division of Philips Electronics). For more information, please visit http://www.reactornet.com.