Compleat Software has launched the Compleat Buyers Group (CBG), which coupled with the Compleat purchase-to-pay (P2P) and employee expenses automation software, provides spend control for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and corporates.
The CBG will reduce the cost of discretionary spend for SMEs and corporates by providing online catalogue-style buying control and guaranteeing lower prices through group purchasing.
Neil Robertson, chief executive officer (CEO) of Compleat Software, said: “Most buying groups focus on the large items that are purchased, which in most cases is where the business is both diligent and competent at getting best price. CBG succeeds by focusing on everything else – it sweats the small stuff for you because you don’t have time to.”
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