San Antonio, Texas (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
ReactorNet, a premier provider of Cloud-based eProcurement solutions for medium- to large-sized companies, today announced the launch of their new Requisition Form, a key component of their ePRO product. ePRO is an award-winning Procure-to-Pay platform allowing buyers to directly collaborate with suppliers to gain control of spend management and maximize purchasing power.
The new Requisition Form is a key component of the ePRO Ordering Suite, which also provides Supplier Punchout and Shopping Cart options as well as standardized order forms called Order Guides.
“When we set out to redesign the Requisition Form, we had three goals in mind,” said Anthony Kylitis, co-founder and vice president of Marketing. “First and foremost, it had to conform to the overarching theme of the ePRO solution, which is to capture all purchasing, whether product or service, without any barriers. Second, the form was designed to protect against duplicating vendor and product data which of course provides for cleaner, more accurate analytics. Finally, the user interface had to be streamlined and responsive for our users so they could be in and out of the system quickly while still providing all the required data.”
Key features and capabilities of the ePRO Requisition Form include:
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.