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Top Answer: There are additional time savings in managing communications. If you have an open RFP and there are questions, you can manage all of the questions and answers in the thread inside that RFP. All the… more »
Top Answer: On the spend side, we had some difficulty with the usability, initially, but then they rolled out SMART and they built out a new spend cube, and that was light-years better. Part of the reason I… more »
Top Answer: We use SMART by GEP for spend management. It is heavily used for enterprise spend and diversity reporting. We've been using it primarily for the latter, which is good. We report our diversity spend… more »
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Also Known As
SMART by GEPScout RFP
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Overview

GEP SMART is an AI-powered, cloud-native

software for direct and indirect procurement
that offers comprehensive source-to-pay
functionality in one user-friendly platform,
inclusive of spend analysis, sourcing, contract
management, supplier management,
procure-to-pay, savings project management
and savings tracking, invoicing and other
related functionalities.

Scout’s Workday Connector empowers the entire business with secure connections to user-friendly software. Easily transfer supplier data from Workday to Scout for seriously streamlined sourcing.

As business becomes increasingly complex, modern procurement organizations must use innovative technology to manage their spend, risk, and savings. With solutions like Workday and Scout, procurement professionals are now able to collaborate constantly across internal and external stakeholders.

Scout’s connector for Workday Procurement enables you to seamlessly transfer supplier data between Workday and Scout, saving time and providing greater visibility across the source-to-pay process. With Scout’s connector, you get an efficient integration between two user-centric solutions to drive success for sourcing, procurement, stakeholders, and suppliers – no coding needed.

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Sample Customers
Exxon Chevron Macys Adobe, Biogen, Levi's, easyJet, Sephora, Netflix, DHL, Hulu, Dish, Intuit
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Energy/Utilities Company15%
Non Tech Company15%
Media Company15%
Retailer15%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Logistics Company40%
Computer Software Company17%
Comms Service Provider13%
Healthcare Company7%
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Company Size
REVIEWERS
Midsize Enterprise8%
Large Enterprise92%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business16%
Large Enterprise84%
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GEP SMART is ranked 1st in Procurement Software with 10 reviews while Scout is ranked 24th in Procurement Software. GEP SMART is rated 8.2, while Scout is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of GEP SMART writes "RFP templates save us time; RFP management features capture intent to respond and signing of NDAs". On the other hand, GEP SMART is most compared with SAP Ariba Procurement, Zycus Source to Pay Suite, Oracle Procurement Cloud, Basware e-Procurement and ElectrifAi ProcurementAi, whereas Scout is most compared with .

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