Princeton, NJ, February 10, 2020: Zycus is pleased to announce the signing of a 3-year contract with a leading provider of senior living communities aiming to optimize and transform their procurement process.

The organization currently manages more than 60 Senior Living Communities in US with more than 2000 employees. It is an industry leader for providing progressive care including Independent Living, Assisted Living, Memory Care and Skilled Nursing.

Their core objective was to modernize existing operations by leveraging technology to help automate and reduce manual transactions. They also had very decentralized purchasing and invoicing processes and were looking to centralize them. While evaluating the solution providers, they wanted to find the best solution that could support their internal customer requirements around Procure to Pay Operations.

As part of this deal, the organization has licensed Zycus’ Genesys Essentials Suite that include Full P2P, iContract, iSupply, iAnalyze, iConsole and Invoice extraction BOTs.

“Zycus will be able to help the customer become efficient in cost savings and maximise their ROI. We are confident that the digital transformation would add fuel to their overall mission of delivering quality experiences and leading the industry with innovative approaches and programs for senior care.” said, Gregg Monastiero, Senior Vice President Sales - US, Zycus Inc.

About Zycus Inc.

Zycus is a leading global provider of end-to-end Source-to-Pay suite. The comprehensive product portfolio includes applications for both operational and strategic aspects of procurement - eProcurement, eInvoicing, Spend Analysis, eSourcing, Contract Management, Supplier Management, Financial Savings Management, Request Management, and Project Management. To learn more about Zycus, visit http://www.zycus.com/


Zycus Inc.

Subhro Sen

Customer Marketing
subhro.sen@zycus.com

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