ProcurementExpress.com: Ease of use is everyone's friend!
January 27, 2020

ProcurementExpress.com: Ease of use is everyone's friend!

Julia Harper | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with ProcurementExpress.com

We use ProcurementExpress.com throughout the company to process purchase orders, generate purchase requests, and follow appropriate budget limits. It allows us to see an estimated future cash outlay, as well as ensure that orders aren't being lost in the shuffle as they can be tracked through the system. ProcurementExpress.com also allows me to easily export and audit our purchases against actual invoices and budgets.
  • Easy to learn
  • Quick turnaround
  • Ease of uploading data
  • Custom tools for specialty projects
  • Allows us to do future finance planning more accurately.
  • Adds a 2nd set of eyes to every major transaction, implying less waste of resources.
We did not have a program before this. I was not a part of the purchasing decision for this program. The setup in QuickBooks that we could have used was not as functionally useful as ProcurementExpress.com for our purposes, according to the team that did purchase the software.
Their customer service is ALWAYS polite, helpful, and keen to assist us. They respond quickly, concisely, and are always happy to move a web chat over to a phone call to help us out.

Do you think ProcurementExpress.com delivers good value for the price?

Yes

Are you happy with ProcurementExpress.com's feature set?

Yes

Did ProcurementExpress.com live up to sales and marketing promises?

I wasn't involved with the selection/purchase process

Did implementation of ProcurementExpress.com go as expected?

Yes

Would you buy ProcurementExpress.com again?

Yes

ProcurementExpress.com works well for simple budget tracking (under 100~ different budget areas). Their customer service is phenomenal, which allows for quick turnarounds on questions regarding a process or a capability. This setup works well for smaller companies that aren't bound by some of the more restrictive reporting tools. Most of the issues come from non-finance and non-purchasing employees who may not understand the needs of the company.