About This Software
Ariett is a leading provider of cloud Purchase to Pay software that generates savings on every contract, requisition, invoice, payment and expense report with a modern, unified procurement platform. Serving mid-market and mid-enterprise customers and a number of publicly traded companies, Ariett is particularly suited to customers in the software/technology, business services, non-profit, healthcare and education industries.
Ariett’s centralized Purchase to Pay solution allows managers, users, and vendors to collaborate on spending decisions and streamlines accounts payable and procurement with unified workflow, user management and global visibility into spend. Ariett’s secure ePayments solution with ACH, virtual card and check payments completes the purchasing cycle within one application and uniquely shows the details for each individual payment transaction in the client’s bank account for quick payment reconciliation.
Ariett customer highlights include the following emerging and public companies: Panera Bread; GAIN Capital; DHI Group, Inc.; Forex Capital Markets (FXCM); World Wildlife Fund Canada; Paylocity; ARCA, Inc.; Unity Health Plans Insurance Corporation; BenefitMall; IDeaS; Bluefin Payment Systems; LogicNow; WEX Health
Awards: Ariett Microsoft Azure Application Case Study; Ariett Microsoft Gold Development Partner; Ariett Application Certified as Microsoft Platform Ready for Microsoft Azure; PayStream Advisors’ Leading Software Provider in PayStream Advisors’ 2016 P2P for Indirect Spend Report; PayStream Advisors’ Leading Software Provider in 2017 Electronic Payments Report
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