Lower risk: simpler and more complete due diligence of counterparties

Lower costs: reduce transactions costs and opportunity costs 

Faster cycles: speed up stakeholder consensus with collaboration


Simple B2B Buying

Procurement can be painful. You’re part of a group made up of people from different parts of the organization. You need to get vendors to compete for your business on price and solution. You need to make an informed decision and obtain consensus quickly. Formal bureaucracy is there to protect you, but it just makes the whole process more painful.


The Right Tools for the Job

In contrast to the incumbent big, bloated procurement technology solutions with expensive seat licenses, confusing user experiences, and too many features, we are a lean, secure, cloud-based, collaborative, contemporary solution.

We partner with SupplySci, a supply chain finance company, to offer what we call source-to-fund functionality: use EdgeworthBox to execute the RFP or RFQ to identify the right solution and the right supplier. Negotiate the contract. Then, execute the payments and the funding through SupplySci, using their rapid credit approval process.


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