Coupa (COUP) and Interos join forces to revamp business operations


Coupa Software Embedded COUP has partnered with Interos to use the latter’s AI-powered continuous supply chain risk management within its Coupa trade spend management platform to take precautionary action to detect and ban risks within supply chains. The real-time information provided by the Interos application will help COUP customers assess new suppliers, review existing suppliers, and continuously monitor the supplier network for potential risks and disruptions.

Ensuring the security, robustness and resilience of supply chains is essential to an organization’s competitive success. The diversity, succession and high cost associated with supply chain disruptions make it crucial for organizations to control their risks. Using the integrated Interos Operational Resilience Cloud application and connector, Coupa customers will be able to actively identify and proactively manage supplier risk, giving them access to the largest business relationship knowledge graph in the world. world.

COUP customers will benefit from end-to-end supply chain digital twin functionality, viewing all of their current startup nodes, flows and policies. The digital supply chain will help analyze its resilience through what-if scenarios, spot problems, simulate real-world events, and anticipate the impact of external factors.

The company has added new features to Coupa Supplier Insights and Coupa Business Solutions, which should drive adoption. Additionally, the coronavirus pandemic has heightened demand for digital payment offerings. The company has enhanced the Coupa Pay solution with greater payment flexibility. This should contribute to the momentum of solutions such as Coupa Pay, Accelerate, Invoice Payments and Virtual Cards for Pos, and increase revenue.

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