Transcepta completes your procure to pay network by connecting accounts payable and your suppliers to your existing ERP. Your procurement department will finally be able to manage your entire supply chain. Best of all, the Transcepta supplier network is 100% SaaS, so there is no new software to install or learn.
Procurement Solutions that Increase Visibility Into Spend, Quickly and Effectively
Other procure-to-pay (P2P) or supplier networks are either lacking in features (true electronic invoicing, purchase order delivery, purchase order to invoice matching, line item invoice validation, VAT compliance), or require too much time or supplier effort to be effective quickly. Transcepta offers a better approach by focusing on your requirements as well as your suppliers. By connecting suppliers quickly and for free, procurement can then see the benefits of an electronic supplier network faster and on a larger scale.
Connecting All Your Suppliers by Solving the Massive Middle Riddle
You may have heard of, or subscribe to other procure-to-pay or e-invoicing solutions designed to work with only a small number of your supplier community. For example, an EDI solution is suitable for some of your suppliers, but many of them will not have the resources to connect using this method; other times a web portal is used, but this can create too much work for suppliers sending high volume invoices; most of your invoices (and resulting time spent processing) are on paper.
Transcepta incorporates the best methods from all categories, and lets your suppliers decide which one works best for them:
• EDI connection are used for your largest suppliers, enabling to send efficiently and in high volumes.
• A quick and easy to use web portal is available for those suppliers who send at low volumes.
• The bulk of your suppliers fall in the “massive middle” and require special treatment. We offer them a number of different connection methods (email, virtual printer, PDF/CSV files, etc.) to best suit their current practices and ensure their participation.