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Vroozi’s Mobile Procure-To-Pay Platform Now Certified

In March, cloud-based procurement solution provider Vroozi revealed its procure-to-pay mobile first platform — a service Vroozi says is the world’s first procurement platform that works on any device.

And now, that mobile procurement platform is fully certified and meets the standards to be Plynt Certified, an important criteria for solutions that deal with ATM management, bank intranet, mobile banking, firewall appliances, and payment gateways. The certificate gives the solutions provider the peace of mind that it’s secure against a variety of security threats. The Plynt criteria also enables the provider to be certified for Plynt penetration testing and regulatory safeguards.

Vroozi has always taken great pride in our ability to offer a procurement solution that is as innovative as it is secure,” said Richard Chala, Chief Product Officer and Co-Founder of Vroozi. “Achieving the Plynt Certification lets our customers know how serious we are about the safety and security of their data.”

Overall, the Plynt Certification Program is aimed at helping test an application’s security — both across the commercial and custom Web application platforms. And according to Vroozi’s news release on the certification: “the awarding of the Plynt Certificate ascertains that a Web application has proven to possess adequate measures against remote adversaries and the ability to protect against a wide range of threats.”

Vroozi’s platform is designed to help companies streamline purchasing decisions and processes. The product offers spend management, discount pricing, supplier communication and other supply chain management and procurement offerings targeted toward small- and medium-sized enterprises. The platform can also be integrated into businesses’ existing ERP systems and other financial operations in use already. But it’s the platform’s ability to work on any device that Vroozi said is most beneficial to today’s SMEs.

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