Source-to-Pay for Public Sector
Stronger and faster relationship with suppliers
Source-to-Pay and procurement tools for Public Organizations
Public sector organizations have an increasing need for robust ERP solutions as technologies are evolving. Public service organizations have to manage resources, budget and people, and these resources get squished overtime. Sourcing Force builds value for your organization while cutting costs from strategic sourcing to procurement management. Our e-procurement suite can help you get the most from your investment and keeps you on track with your expenses.
Sourcing Force transforms your purchasing processes
Direct access to the platform and a 360° view into resources, suppliers and spend in one dashboard
Over a thousand users companies have digitized their procurement experience with Sourcing Force
That’s how much you can save by choosing our Source-to-Pay suite for public organizations
“Checking the results of a decision against its expectations shows executives what their strengths are, where they need to improve, and where they lack knowledge or information.”
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Procurement made easy
Regardless of size, all public sector organizations face intense pressures. Public organizations need ultimate responsiveness at all times, especially when it comes to procurement. Sourcing Force solution is a cloud-based ERP as a service that connects every branch of your organization to demonstrate best practices and deep analytics. Sourcing Force is ideal for streamlining your operations and facilitating accounting, management, and reporting.
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Sourcing Processes Automation
Replace manual tasks with smart, data-driven processes and give your public organization flexibility from accounting to purchasing operations with Sourcing Force. Our solution gives public entities full transparency into each aspect of their organization to make the right decisions at the right time. Get customized and fully automated modules to help every department complete their current challenges .
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Achieve Procurement Strategies
Simplify your workflow
Sourcing Force combines multiple tool into one and allows your company to reduce paperwork and streamline your contract processes
Eliminate human error
Enter data manually like invoices, PO’s or deliveries can be a nightmare and turn into a potential mess. Without any automation tool, each purchase may go through several manual processes and you might easily lose track of some key data eventually. Sourcing Force helps your business organize and build well-defined automated workflows
Achieve much of the decision-making workflow with almost no effort. Sourcing Force brings your procurement strategy transparency, procurement managers know exactly who placed a request and what vendor is providing the resources.
Achieve cost savings
Sourcing Force’s automation tools improve processing time and considerably minimize errors to help your organization save money and increase productivity. For instance, you will be able to avoid payment delays that could lead your company to interrupt workflows and ensure that all of your payment are processed on time using Sourcing Force
Collaborate with suppliers
Collaborate closely with your suppliers and create more value for your company. Sourcing Force collect data through a SPM solution that can help your business provide suppliers with an idea of what is important to your organization.
Why is SRM so important for the Public Sector ?
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