Tulane University Leverages SciQuest's Robust Spend Management Software

By CIOReview | Thursday, April 14, 2016
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procurement software market, and corporates are observing the visible resultsMORRISVILLE, NC: SciQuest, a public provider of spend management solutions revealed that Tulane University has roped in Spend Director and Accounts Payable Director solutions for implementation at its campus to bring in efficiency to manage strong and long-term spend management processes.

Spend management solutions are creating a wave in the procurement software market, and corporates are observing the visible results in terms of managing resource expenditure. Besides, SciQuest specializes in spend management solutions, delivering means for cost-saving, operational efficiency, through automation of core business processes. The Spend Director, eProcurement software will empower Tulane University with an automated center of excellence platform that will bring economical efficiency through its automated procure-to-pay process chain. On the other hand, the Accounts Payable Director platform will help the Tulane University in significantly reducing cumbersome manual work, leading to optimal utilization of resources.

“Tulane University faces many of the same challenges that businesses in other sectors are encountering—the need to streamline its procurement process,” remarks Stephen Wiehe, President and CEO, SciQuest. “Procurement offers an opportunity for all organizations to wisely and effectively manage spend. With the implementation of our solutions, Tulane will be able to automate and streamline procurement immediately, which will lead to long-term savings,” Wiehe adds.

“We closely examined all aspects of our operating processes to identify ways the university could reduce budget gaps without impacting the educational standards,” notes Douglas Harrell, VP for Finance and Controller, Tulane University. “It became clear that SciQuest would be able to efficiently address our needs and integrate with our existing systems,” affirms Harrell.