Through an intuitive real-time

“Travelocity-like” shopping experience

powered by Artificial Intelligence, EqualLevel Savings Advisor, or ELSA, leads shoppers to best-value purchasing decisions that decrease spend and save time. In addition, the modular platform can seamlessly integrate, complementing most existing IT environments.

Standalone Shop-to-Order Marketplace Implementation

EqualLevel’s Shop-to-Order/pCard Marketplace allows users to make routine purchases of goods and services seamlessly, from predefined categories and with spending limits. The Marketplace is a perfect solution for addressing an organization’s high-volume, low dollar transactions. Users purchase directly from pre-approved suppliers and can easily manage three-bids-and-a-buy categories. A contract budget can be set up effortlessly, with flexible notifications so procurement can be alerted well before budget limits are reached.

 

 

Punchout Marketplace Implementation

EqualLevel’s Punchout Marketplace utilizes a single connection from existing ERPs, allowing users to shop for all goods and services from a single user interface. Non-punchout connected shoppers can directly login and transfer completed carts to approved buyers. The Marketplace can then leverage existing ERP business rules to apply accounts and complete approval steps. Once accepted, orders are automatically picked up by the Marketplace and sent electronically to suppliers. Supplier Ship-Notices and e-Invoices are available so users can monitor the complete shop-to-pay process.

 

 

Enterprise Marketplace Implementation

Through EqualLevel’s Enterprise Marketplace implementation, customers can enable a Travelocity-like shopping experience where all goods and services are available in a single marketplace. The Enterprise Marketplace eliminates the need for users to navigate the existing ERP and utilizes EqualLevel’s integration gateway to ensure the ERP remains the system of record. All budget checks and approvals are completed within the marketplace. This allows organizations to deploy a ‘self-service’ user interface that consumerizes the shop-to-pay experience and eliminates the need for expensive training.

 

 

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