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Dan Utyuzh

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What Makes BuyerQuest Different? -- It’s a Matter of Support

Posted by Dan Utyuzh on November 6, 2018 at 11:25 AM
We often talk on this blog about the value of BuyerQuest to the end-user purchasing experience.  Our intuitive user interface and smart search capabilities make it easy for a casual user to log in, find the items they want, and submit the requisition for approval.  But, that is only part of what makes a customer’s experience with BuyerQuest unique.
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eProcurement and the role of PunchOut Sites (Part 2)

Posted by Dan Utyuzh on February 21, 2017 at 8:00 AM
  In Part I of this series on the role of PunchOut sites within the eProcurement context, we talked about the many reasons why suppliers embrace and prefer an organizational eProcurement strategy that is heavily reliant on PunchOut sites.  This makes sense insofar as these PunchOut sites drive higher revenue and margins for the supplier, and an upselling opportunity at check-out  that they fully...
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eProcurement and the Role of Punchout Sites

Posted by Dan Utyuzh on December 20, 2016 at 2:00 PM
In the early days of eProcurement, the only type of catalogs were ‘static catalogs’. With static catalogs, suppliers would send a MS Excel (.xls) or .csv file to their customer. The customer would manipulate, format, and eventually load the static catalog into their respective eProcurement system. At this time, the ERP solutions (and Ariba) were really the only solutions that supported internal...
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10 Best Practices for Strong Supplier Enablement

Posted by Dan Utyuzh on March 22, 2016 at 2:00 PM
There’s no denying your procurement engine will quit without a well-oiled supplier machine. To keep operations running smoothly, it’s crucial to keep suppliers happy and cost-effective. However, most organizations don’t have a formal strategy in place for supplier enablement. Our customers often ask us: What's the best strategy for enabling suppliers? How do we get started? What are the right...
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