Digital transformation, no integration
Traditional ERPs need Excel and email to connect with the siloed platforms suppliers use to execute services. The human friction prevents automation.
Scopeworker brings the Procure-Execute-Pay lifecycle and service supply chain onto one platform. It enables real digitalization.
Scopeworker has 3 prime modules
Scoping • Sourcing • SCRM • Catalogs • RFx • Auctions • CLM • POs • Financial Coding • Work Orders • SLA
Workflows • Milestones • Financial Mgmt • Workforce Mgmt • Field Service Execution • B.I. • Supplier Closeout
Each module has seamless features
Buyer and supplier build line-item priced scopes of work from scratch or from catalog templates.
Work is awarded directly, auctioned or IoT alarms auto dispatch optimal suppliers with a PO & WO.
POs with location-based financial coding can be auto-generated across 1000s of worksites
Workflows guide suppliers to onsite closeout. Change orders are live processed at the site
Live manage the field force, budget, milestones, SLAs, CLM and IoT. At a worksite or nationwide.
Supplier tracking. See what's happening at the worksite, right now.
Which supplier is onsite? How far into the closeout package are they? Live track the supplier productivity, SLAs and change orders. Scale-up for live analytics on national budget, milestones and more.
All leading ERPs were originally built for goods, not services
Built for services, Scopeworker Procure supports scoping, workflows, timelines, resources, SLAs, CLM, location-based financial coding and more. Leading ERPs rely on Excel for this, preventing automation.
The Scopeworker marketplace
Scopeworker's marketplace of buyers and suppliers includes the Fortune 100+
Verizon Business customers can connect their Verizon IoT to Scopeworker
Treat infrastructure like software. VZ IoT alarms dispatch optimal suppliers who are guided through to acceptance & payment.
Scopeworker automates double-digit % savings on billion dollar procurement
BT's Chief Procurement Officer, Cyril Pourrat, outlines the efficiencies gained from Scopeworker whilst Sprint's (T-Mobile) CPO.