SMART chosen

GEP, a leading provider of procurement and supply chain solutions to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises worldwide, announced today that a leading Canadian oil and gas company has selected SMART by GEP, the company's cloud-native sourcing and procurement software platform.

The leading Canadian oil producer has production of more than 100 000 boe/d and a market capitalisation of more than US$10 billion.

The company will be deploying SMART by GEP's spend analysis and contract management functionality initially. SMART by GEP is a complete source-to-pay software platform, native to cloud, touch and mobile technologies.

Offered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), SMART by GEP leverages cloud economics to deliver a solution that easily handles the heaviest processing requirements of GEP's Fortune 500 and Global 2000 clients, while eliminating burdensome infrastructure and support costs.

SMART by GEP is easy to set up, deploy and use, with no extensive training required. All GEP products are platform-agnostic (they work with SAP, Oracle or any other major ERP or F&A system).


Adapted from press release by Joe Green

Published on 17/02/2015


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