Rheaply named a ProcureTech100 Company

December 2, 2022

We are overjoyed to announce that Rheaply has been named a ProcureTech100 company!

The ProcureTech100 identifies and champions the 100 pioneering digital procurement technology, data and analytics solutions that are supercharging procurement and the enterprise. The ProcureTech100 are the pioneers that are inspiring and driving procurement digital transformation. Pioneers that are customer centric, innovative, high growth and making a social impact. Pioneers that are agile and scalable, with teams dedicated to creating an impact that matters. Selected from over 4,000 digital solutions from across the planet, using enriched proprietary data and analysis, combined with the collective experience of over 70 procurement leaders, technology experts and B2B investors.

“The pace of digital innovation and ability for digital procurement solutions to scale over the last year has been impressive. Exceptional CEOs and Founding teams are inspiring a generational change to the digital procurement ecosystem solving global challenges.”

– Lance Younger, Founder & CEO, ProcureTech

“The progression towards a platform era continues at pace. New solutions rise to meet the needs of today and the challenges of tomorrow. The ProcureTech100 helps the procurement industry to identify the latest and greatest technology, data and analytics solutions that are transforming the ProcureTech stack of leading corporations faster than ever before.”

– Dr. Elouise Epstein, Partner, Kearney

We at Rheaply are incredibly proud of this accomplishment and to be among 99 other strong companies changing the landscape of procurement technology.

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