Cloud-Based e-Invoicing and Purchase Order Dispatch Solution

Vinimaya vTransport can transform disparate buyer-supplier systems into dynamic business collaborations

Cincinnati, OhioJan. 2, 2013Vinimaya, Inc., a provider of procurement marketplace solutions and catalog management services, announced the availability of its e-invoicing and purchase order (PO) dispatch solution, Vinimaya vTransport. vTransport delivers a complete bi-directional purchase order and invoicing capability to simplify the onboarding and maintenance of connections with suppliers for ordering and invoicing.

Delivered as a cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) solution, vTransport can readily transform disparate buyer-supplier systems into dynamic business collaborations. It acts as the pipeline for POs, order confirmations, advanced shipping notices (ASNs), invoices and more—supporting any preferred transmission method, providing flexibility of delivery options to suppliers and converting manual suppliers into electronic suppliers through a secure and easy-to-use supplier portal, implemented in the cloud. 

According to Vinimaya, it provides a single integration point for clients to support any existing EDI, XML or cXML connection at a cost savings when compared to traditional value-added networks (VANs). 

Vinimaya is now providing a complete supplier enablement and supplier network solution. Our clients are offloading to Vinimaya the daily headache of supplier integration for both procurement content, and electronic ordering and invoicing,” said John Hutchinson, CEO of Vinimaya.

Vinimaya vTransport can be used as a stand-alone solution or with many e-procurement systems, including Oracle, PeopleSoft, JD Edwards, SAP/Ariba and Microsoft Dynamics, among others. For those looking to build a seamless end-to-end procurement process, vTransport, combined with Vinimaya vMarketPlace, can provide clean, controlled supplier data on the front end, and electronic POs, acknowledgements and invoices on the back end, without the requirement of a system change for e-procurement.