Companies that harness the power of real time analytics have a significant advantage, especially when it comes to spend control. Purchasing patterns are made evident so any deviations can be quickly identified and corrected. The ability to oversee company activity at the individual, department, and branch level means every decision is strategic and elicits desired results.
  • Gain full spend visibility using customizable reporting tools
  • Customize
Create custom reports by using a wide range of criteria including categories, document types, locations, suppliers, Items and much more. Choose which documents to include in generating reports, based on the status, to create lean, easy to view spend analytic comparisons.


Compare generated reports to track spending habits, confirm details, and identify ways to cut costs through identified purchasing trends. Use pre-built system reports to analyze details On elements of spending outside of quantities and prices/such as hidden costs, document associations, and more.


Spend reports are automatically compiled, simplifying the process of auditing and tracking. A dedicated custom build reporting system allows data to be saved and exported on all types of purchases to help track orders at each stage.
  • Build reports and monitor procurement with spend analysis tools
  • Report builder overview
  • Design your own reports
The reports builder feature lets you customize your own reports according to data generated from a range of criteria, such as items, categories, purchase orders, and more. The user experience is intuitive – for example, if amounts have a mix of currencies they’ll be automatically converted to your default currency. Access to details like this can make a significant difference when purchasing in high volume.


Reports that are generated can be stored on the system and easily exported, allowing users to access pre-compiled spend data for auditing. Specify which staff can view generated spend reports, allowing control over who can review analytics about certain parts of the companies spending.