How eProcurement is restructuring business DNA.

eProcurement: much more than savings and efficiency!

Our eProcurement solutions offer the opportunity to raise collaboration in purchasing to a new level - and thus to achieve new performance overall. DIG's solution flexibility and development expertise provide the ideal breeding ground for this evolution.

The eProcurement examples below show how digitizing purchasing not only saves time and money, but also frees up resources for strategic procurement work. We would be happy to develop your personal eProcurement success story together with you - arrange an eProcurement consulting appointment.

eProcurement in a traditional production environment: Georg Fischer

The producer of threaded fittings and malleable cast iron clamps introduced eProcurement as part of the ongoing digitalization process. However, the traditionally structured company is taking a slightly different approach: the purchasing department sees the purpose check of every procurement as a priority task for good reason. Read here how a tight schedule was adhered to due to the digitization funding and how employees were involved in the roll-out.

Tail-spend optimization through marketplace connection

The German STEAG Group is one of the largest electricity producers in Germany. By connecting the Unite network to DIG's eProcurement solution, which has seamless SAP integration, it offers full access to Europe's largest consumables catalog in one fell swoop. Read our case study to find out how STEAG sustainably reduces the number of special orders with the marketplace connection.

Perfectly projected: electronic goods purchasing

The globally active Roto Frank Fenster- und Türtechnologie GmbH has its headquarters in Germany and a plant in Austria. Faced with an increasing number of webshop orders, a transparent solution was needed - preferably in a single system! Read our case study to find out how eProcurement was used to standardize the purchasing policies of both locations.

eProcurement grows with you: at Fertinger

The medium-sized company RF Fertinger, which produces at a total of three locations as a TIER 2 supplier for the automotive sector, eProcurement from DIG was already introduced in 2011. This example shows the further development potential of eProcurement in growing IT structures (e.g. ispro-NG, oxaion) through to guided buying.

Exceptionally versatile: eProcurement at AIT

The Austrian Institute of Technology (AIT) is Austria's largest non-university research institution and a specialist in the key infrastructure issues of the future. Our case study shows that eProcurement can be successfully introduced in any company - even with an unusually high proportion of one-off procurements and access via the DOXiS document storage and workflow system!

ispro-NG (MRO Procurement) perfectly integrated, more efficient VIM

The best change is the one that the user doesn't even notice. At SPITZ in Upper Austria, exactly this feat has been achieved by perfectly integrating ispro-NG as an actively used MRO ordering system into the eProcurement platform. Read our case study to find out how the use of the familiar front end in MRO procurement (or MRO purchase process) leads to high user acceptance, significantly improves data quality and, as a result, increases efficiency in vendor invoice management in the existing P2P process.

Strategically avoid free text orders

At Palfinger, user acceptance was the top priority during implementation. The aim was also to build up such a large range that free text orders, which have to be created as BANFs in SAP, are minimized. Read the case study to find out how various approval scenarios are handled - from hardware with the involvement of the IT department to the OK of occupational safety for hazardous goods.

Approximately 11,600 one-time orders or requisitions - zero effort

Automated one-time ordering of indirect material at Rosenbauer saves thousands of working hours - at only one location! In our case study, you can read how the time resources freed up by eProcurement in the C-parts area (between 30 and 60 minutes per order process, regardless of the value of the goods) now enable more strategic purchasing activities.

With around 160 employees, the specialist machinery manufacturer KOSME is a typical Austrian SME. With a three-phase project, the purchasing department is now realizing the value creation potential of business digitalization. The first step involved implementing eProcurement with 7 catalogs containing thousands of products as well as free text orders for maintenance contracts, spare parts, services, etc. Approvals are now also made independently of the workstation - read more in the case study.