Negotiatus

Negotiatus

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Negotiatus

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What is Negotiatus?

Negotiatus is purchasing software from the company of the same name in New York, that aims to transform the way business administrators and users place orders, control spend, and submit payment across their vendors. The platform is built for the...
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What is Negotiatus?

Negotiatus is purchasing software from the company of the same name in New York, that aims to transform the way business administrators and users place orders, control spend, and submit payment across their vendors. The platform is built for the entire purchasing process, and is designed to provide…

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Product Details

What is Negotiatus?

Negotiatus is purchasing software from the company of the same name in New York, that aims to transform the way business administrators and users place orders, control spend, and submit payment across their vendors. The platform is built for the entire purchasing process, and is designed to provide a consistent experience from sourcing through payment across every vendor and website.

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Alex Whittlesey | TrustRadius Reviewer
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We have been using Negotiatus to manage purchasing across our network of flexible office space locations. Negotiatus allows us to control purchasing at the location level through approval workflows and budget limits. It also allows us to map approved products to our general ledger accounts, making the coding process seamless. Negotiatus also allows for consolidated invoicing--only having to manage one invoice per location on the accounts payable side. In short, we are able to solve multiple business problems simultaneously related to purchasing.
  • Consolidated invoicing--Negotiatus consolidates all invoices into one monthly invoice for us to pay by the 15th of the subsequent month.
  • General ledger mapping--products on the platform can be mapped to one or more entities or cost centers through a monthly consolidated file, which has great value when it comes to process efficiency.
  • Ease of use--the platform is fairly easy for both users and administrators. With many locations that are geographically dispersed, it allows us to manage purchasing without an excess training need.
  • Communicating Savings: Negotiatus sells itself on its vendor network--the ability to search for the best possible price according to what is available. However, it is challenging to tell what that savings would have been (e.g., WB Mason vs. Amazon).
  • Speed of Resolution: it sometimes takes a few months to come to a resolution when it comes to analysis/reporting. As they do not have great reporting around savings, we often ask for them to provide some periodic analysis. The account manager will put in the request, but it may not get completed or be up to the appropriate standard due to lack of understanding of the requirements.
  • Cancelled Orders: at some points early on (2+ years ago), many of the orders were cancelled and we were left scrambling to replace them. That has gotten much better.
Negotiatus is well suited for multi-location--many locations doing the same thing, such as a franchise model. However, if you really want to have tight control on costing, the reporting is not robust enough that, with scale, it would make more sense to bring this in house and create your own vendor relationships.
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