Epsys: Electronic Procurement for Operations

One system, innumerable benefits

epsys – electronic procurement software provides your operations team with a suite of approved suppliers and products from which they are authorised to make purchases at predefined prices.

epsys provides your operations team (and operators) with a suite of approved suppliers and products from which they are authorised to make purchases at predefined prices. Order compilation, even to multiple suppliers, takes place from a single screen within the intuitive interface, offering greater efficiency than ever before. Orders across multiple suppliers can be sent at the press of a button, while order templates, stored favourites, order histories and tailored menu options streamline the entire ordering process.

The risk of over-ordering can be avoided through in-built budget control mechanisms and approval hierarchies; and because epsys holds live price files, stock valuation can be 100% accurate on an ongoing basis. All of this provides your operations team with complete visibility on spend and complete control over the buying process.

Despite the wide ranging applications of epsys, it is so intuitive that minimal training is required to get your teams up and running on the system. It also allows for custom approval hierarchies to be implemented, so that you can maintain central control of purchasing authorisation and access to operational data. Simply put, epsys provides greater control of procurement operations than ever before, while reducing the resources needed to govern these operations.

Operations: effective delivery

epsys gives you greater financial control with more comprehensive and more reliable financial data from the first stages of each purchase, whilst reducing the labour required to monitor and validate transactions:

  • Simple and intuitive online order process, requiring minimal training.
  • Standardised processes to reduce resource requirements and eliminate errors.
  • Real-time visibility of prices.
  • User approval hierarchies to prohibit spend by user or budget.
  • Accurate stock control values.
  • Margin management control.
  • Rigorous supplier performance analysis.
  • Archives all purchasing detail for immediate access.