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Tradogram Procurement Management



CLOUD-BASED PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE
FOR MANAGING DIRECT AND INDIRECT PURCHASES

To achieve higher efficiency & better control over the procurement process

To achieve higher efficiency & better control over the procurement process


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Automate requisitions, create POs, negotiate with your suppliers using RFQs/RFPs, manage contracts, apply multi-level order approvals, track deliveries, and access everything you need to control procurement and lower costs.

PLAN AND COMMUNICATE TO CONTROL PROCUREMENT AND LOWER COSTS:

Tradogram is a leading procurement management platform that offers many benefits:
Measurable Savings

MEASURABLE SAVINGS

Control spending by setting budgets and applying order approval procedures. Lower costs with improved supplier negotiations and cost monitoring.
Enhanced Performance

ENHANCED PERFORMANCE

Automate the purchasing process while applying user permission controls. Evaluate vendors instantly to keep high performing suppliers.
Secured Data

SECURED DATA

Maintain databases of items and suppliers, and records of all transactions. High security measures are applied to keep data safely accessible.
Attentive Service

ATTENTIVE SERVICE

Guaranteed full support when you have a question or a request. We listen thoroughly and do everything we can to attain your complete satisfaction.
TRADOGRAM IS A COMPREHENSIVE PROCUREMENT MANAGEMENT PLATFORM THAT INCLUDES MULTIPLE SOLUTIONS:
PURCHASE-TO-PAY
STRATEGIC SOURCING
SUPPLIER MANAGEMENT
CONTRACT MANAGEMENT
SPEND CONTROL
ORDER MANAGEMENT
FEATURED BLOG POSTS:
The 'No PO No Pay' Policy - Meaning and How to Implement
Thursday, April 19, 2018
The 'No PO No Pay' Policy - Meaning and How to Implement

The purchase order (commonly abbreviated as PO) is at the heart of every company's procurement process. The 'no PO no pay' policy is designed to enhance the efficiency and purpose of the PO for both buyers and suppliers. Despite many sources raising concern over the difficulty of implementing a 'no [...]

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Purchase Order vs Requisition: What's the Difference?
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
Purchase Order vs Requisition: What's the Difference?

For someone new or unfamiliar to procurement and business ordering, the terms "purchase order" and "requisition" (also sometimes called a "purchase requisition" or an "order requisition") can come across as a bit confusing at first. They're both terms that can signify that goods or services need to [...]

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Contracts vs. Purchase Orders
Wednesday, February 17, 2016
Contracts vs. Purchase Orders

If you ever want to flip a coin about a certain topic, just consider purchasing from a Contract versus issuing a Purchase Order (PO). Wait, stop! Put the quarter down slowly and add it to your top-line growth, where it belongs. This feeling of indecision you're having, although warranted, won't help[...]

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