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Taulia Announces Slew Of Procure-To-Pay Partners


Taulia has inked some impressive partnerships in the last few months. Late last year, for instance, the supply chain finance and management company struck a deal with KPMG to integrate its supplier financing, supplier management and digital invoicing solution into KPMG’s business solutions.

More partnerships are bolstering Taulia, according to a company announcement issued Thursday (Feb. 25).

The company revealed a slew of new partnerships at its annual Taulia Connect conference. The event served as a launching pad for the company’s global Partner Community, a program to connect supply chain technology and service providers. The firm likened it to a sort of social network platform for supply chain companies.

“Throughout the world, technology enables people to connect with others at scale,” said Taulia CEO Cedric Bru. “On the personal level, there’s Facebook. On the functional level, you have LinkedIn. Now, at the business level, you have Taulia.”

But, as for the company itself, Taulia will be collaborating one on one with some of these businesses.

One new partner is outsourcing services and consulting firm Infosys, which will now provide supply chain finance and eInvocing solutions to its corporate clients via Taulia.

The company will also be working with eProcurement firm BuyerQuest, a move that can offer clients an end-to-end, procure-to-pay solution when they shop through the BuyerQuest platform.

Lavante will work with Taulia to link its cloud-based supplier management tools to Taulia’s clients in an effort to provide businesses with more robust and complete contact databases, a move to help companies mitigate supplier risk and enhance compliance, the companies said.

“We are the leading financial supply chain company functioning as a business network, finally connecting the world's businesses so they can become more efficient, effective and profitable — boosting the global economy,” added Bru.



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