On 22 May, over 700 senior procurement executives gathered at the prestigious Hilton on Park Lane, London for the annual Procurement Leaders Awards, to recognise and celebrate excellence in the world of procurement and supply management.
The offering is a dynamic end-to-end solution that lets buyers search, order and pay for products and services online in a highly secure cloud computing environment. It gives buyers and suppliers the ability to optimise transaction efficiency, maximising control and ensuring that payment is made to suppliers immediately upon order fulfilment. Combining MasterCard’s innovative Purchase Control and Smart Data, Purchase and Pay is integrated within ERP’s, eMarketplaces and Invapay’s Payments Facilitation and Master Merchant Solutions placing the buyer fully in control of what, when and where they spend.
Editorial Director and Chair of Judges, David Rae commented:“I’d like to congratulate all winners of this year’s Procurement Leaders Awards. I’m proud to see so many great projects which show the strength of the procurement and supply chain function ever increasing. Thanks also to our sponsors for their continued support and to our judges for giving up their time, we really value their contributions.
The procurement community has come a long way and these awards are a chance for the winners and nominees to demonstrate the success of their endeavours and show their business partners some of the excellent work they’ve been doing.”
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