What do we do?

ProcureAI is a unique vendor management system that connects vendors with businesses. Our solutions follow the traditional vendor lifecycle viz Sourcing, Procurement, Contracting, Onboarding, Procure to Pay and Optimisation.

This allows organizations to optimise their policies and procedures, improve their governance and stakeholder management and derive meaning insights from analytical reporting to shape their strategy.

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Our Services




Vendor Management






Procure to pay


Procurement Analytics

Procure AI - Key benefits

  • Improved Vendor Management
  • Cost Effective
  • Risk Management
  • Performance Analysis
  • Improved Supplier Relationships
  • Increased Efficiencies
  • Analytical Insights
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Our Solutions Help Improve Efficiency and Effectiveness through

Outsourced Vendor Management

Outsource your vendor management by choosing one of our cost effective packages

Risk Management

Our solutions performs, due diligence in vendor selection, vendor relationship, contract issues and vendor monitoring

Analytical Reporting

Vendor Analytics can be used not only to properly measure and manage IT vendors, but also to enhance the productivity of the service delivered by outsourcing vendors.


Our Specialized Knowledge Ensures You Get Great Results


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