We empower distributed software companies to drive operational efficiencies and business growth through our user-friendly spend management solution. Give your finance team the data and insights they need to make strategic decisions and push the company forward.
Procurify makes it easier for software teams to manage and improve their purchasing process, while capturing all spending details and supporting documents in one digital platform.
With solutions like Amazon Business PunchOut and integrations into your existing tech stack, we can track your software organization’s spend.
Our web and mobile platform make it easy to start approving and monitoring spend in a few days
Stop relying on people or invoices to understand purchases. Access all receipts, shipping documents, and invoices from one source
Manage and customize approval workflows to match your existing processes and goals
Capture all receipts and shipping documents, while managing individual order requests.
Easily manage users, departments and budgets to shorten purchasing cycle times.
Stay on top of what your team is purchasing so you can check budget status before you approve.
Empower anyone on your team to spend wisely by giving them access to your improved purchasing process.
Whether you’re paying invoices or preparing for an audit, quickly access records for all purchases
Our smart and simple reports help you better understand spending throughout the organization.
Operating in 14 countries
Global ride-hailing and transportation technology company Cabify are considered the first Spanish “Unicorn” tech company with a valuation of over 1 billion euros.
Becoming a unicorn tech company is rare and a feat in itself. But when startups cross that chasm, sustaining that growth requires additional resources and improved work processes.
Watch how Enrique Salgado, Global IT Manager, and his team implemented Procurify to strengthen the financial foundation of Cabify.
"The added visibility is huge since our budgets were very manual and siloed before. Now we’re able to see opportunities for cost savings and discounts much more easily and we’re having ongoing discussions about how to implement those changes moving forward."