CITGO will use SMART for its full sourcing, contract lifecycle management and supplier information management across its non-hydrocarbon procurement operations.
What is SMART by GEP?
GEP SMART is a complete procurement platform that unifies all functions of procurement in a single product that is native to cloud, touch and mobile technologies. It allows organisations to drive greater efficiency and performance through a comprehensive solution for direct and indirect procurement designed to streamline and automate all your source-to-pay processes.
Identify opportunities, manage savings, make purchases and payments, all through a unified procurement platform.
Increase adoption and drive enterprise-wide compliance through intelligent, intuitive interfaces and user-centric design.
Manage all source-to-pay processes on the go with a mobile-native design – anytime, anywhere and on any device.
Enable fluid information, process and work flow – accelerate end-to-end indirect and direct procurement processes.
Facilitate enhanced collaboration and synergy between procurement, suppliers, production, finance and other key stakeholders.
Standardise on-field tested, procurement process management best-practices and workflows for best-in-class performances.
Who is CITGO?
Based in Houston, Texas, CITGO is a renowned leader in the refining industry. It operates three refineries, and owns 48 terminals, nine pipelines and three lubricants blending and packaging plants. With around 3,500 employees and a combined crude capacity of 769,000 barrels every day, CITGO is considered the fifth largest and one of the most complex independent refiners in the United States.
Who is GEP?
GEP empowers global enterprises to operate more efficiently and effectively, gain a competitive advantage, boost profitability and maximise business and shareholder value. GEP creates and delivers unified supply chain solutions of unprecedented scale, power and effectiveness through fresh thinking, innovative products and unrivaled domain and subject expertise.
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