Jaggaer, a leading global spend management company, has announced the launch of Jaggaer Now, a ready-to-implement solution specially created for small to mid-sized organisations.
Jaggaer Now provides comprehensive functionality in an easy-to-use package, based on the Supplier Management, Sourcing, Contracts, and eProcurement modules of its enterprise-level Jaggaer One suite.
Announcing the launch, Jim Bureau, CEO, Jaggaer, said: "In the current economic situation, procurement teams need to be agile and versatile if they are to remain competitive and stay on top of demand and workflow. Resource-intensive implementations and high-entry cost levels have always been barriers, making it difficult for small to mid-sized organisations to leverage procurement technology.
“Jaggaer Now was designed to help support these organisations at such a critical time. It enables them to automate manual tasks, provide structured process flows to manage suppliers, and risk more effectively. More importantly, it frees up valuable procurement resources to negotiate better contracts with suppliers, delivering increased value in both the short and the long term.
“Many of these organisations still operate manual procurement processes, which puts them at a competitive disadvantage, and we believe Jaggaer Now enables them to enter the world of electronic procurement rapidly."
At a time where compliance, cash-flow, and cost-reduction is vital for all organisations – not just large enterprises – a laser focus on procurement can help quickly identify hard-savings in a matter of weeks.
Key benefits of the Jaggaer Now package include:
• Simplicity: everything is templated, ready to import and go live in 30 business days
• Rapid ROI: the speed to go-live delivers almost immediate ROI
• Scalability: the solution allows for the expansion of users and capabilities as an organisation grows
• Functionality: Jaggaer Now is based on the market-leading functionality of Jaggaer One, used by global leaders across all sectors.
Jaggaer Now is available to small to mid-sized organisations with immediate effect. --TradeArabia News Service