CLEVELAND, OHIO - BuyerQuest Chief Executive Officers Jack Mulloy will present “The Future of Enterprise Procurement” at the IBM Innovation Center in Austin, Texas, on Monday, July 25.
IBM invites clients to its Innovation Center in Austin to discuss new, innovative projects as well as what’s possible with IBM products. On day one of the two-day event, Mulloy will cover cutting edge trends in Procure-to-Pay (P2P) technology, BuyerQuest’s innovative approach to next-generation eProcurement, and the future of cognitive procurement.“Cognitive will revolutionize procure-to-pay in the next 5 years,” Mulloy said. “Over the last few years, BuyerQuest has re-energized the enterprise procurement space through the consumerization of procurement. Through our partnership with IBM, BuyerQuest is ecstatic to lead the way in Cognitive procurement. We (BuyerQuest and IBM) see tremendous opportunities to weave intelligence through procure-to-pay processes and enable large enterprises to make better, more strategic procurement decisions
The IBM Innovation Center Austin shares IBM knowledge and technical expertise with entrepreneurs and the local startup ecosystem through IBM Global Entrepreneur. The center also assists local entrepreneurs and partners to learn, build, and sell solutions that leverage big data and analytics, smarter commerce, mobile, and other IBM initiatives.
For more information about the Austin IBM Innovation Center, visit https://www-356.ibm.com/partnerworld/wps/servlet/ContentHandler/isv_inv_tsp_iic_austin_overview
BuyerQuest is an enterprise Procure-to-Pay platform that delivers an eCommerce-like shopping experience for the world’s largest companies. Our evolutionary software streamlines the buying process to increase user adoption, realized savings, contract compliance, and invoice efficiencies. Our customers have the transparency, deep insights, and advanced intelligence capabilities to focus more on their jobs, and less on paperwork. Global organizations use BuyerQuest to transform and manage their entire procure-to-pay process. To learn more about BuyerQuest, visit www.buyerquest.com.