ConnXus Partners with Basware to Ease Procurement Processes

ConnXus, an international leader in supplier management for companies announced its partnership with Basware, a leader in networked source-to-pay solutions, e-invoicing and innovative financing services. With this partnership, ConnXus aims to resell Basware capabilities for the entire procurement platform. ConnXus and Basware seek to streamline the business-to-business network by providing full visibility throughout the procurement process, thanks to Basware ability to accept all invoice formats and offer integrated solutions.

Daryl Hammett, GM & COO, ConnXus, says, "ConnXus customers will now be able to access the proven global Purchase-to-Pay platform offered by Basware. We are excited to be able to easily extend and increase the scope of services we offer through the Basware cloud offering. Our goal is to provide a holistic solution from a supplier management point of view across the entire supply chain."

Founded in 2010, ConnXus simplifies the complexities of global supply chains and allow buyers to achieve their goals of responsible and sustainable sourcing. It is a CPUC-certified minority-owned business enterprise based in Ohio with regional and international capabilities. It also has several initiatives like ConnXus Cares, which develops, mentors and builds sustainable suppliers with a focus on minority, women, veteran, LGBT, and disability owned businesses.

Mike Jasper, Director of Business Development, Basware, says, “The ability to provide 100 percent paperless invoicing and PO matching, regardless of system or format, is a key differentiator for Basware. We are excited to give the ConnXus customer network access to our free and open supplier network – the largest in the world."

Connecting businesses over 100 countries around the globe, Basware ‘s commerce and financing network provides scale and reach for organizations of all sizes, enabling them to grow their business and unlock value across their operations by simplifying and streamlining financial processes.

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