AirFaas is best suited for technical procurement. With that we mean buying products and components made to a customer specification. This makes AirFaas a great solution for industrial manufacturing companies. As the ability to manage RFQ’s is one of our greatest strengths, we bring the biggest benefits to companies that do a lot of RFQ’s as a part of their normal business flow: project driven manufacturers, manufacturers of highly customized products, and companies buying goods for other companies as a service.
Your procurement work is manual, slow, and potentially error-prone? AirFaas will address all those issues. You struggle with finding up-to date data to produce reports and therefore lack visibility into your spend? We’ve got you covered. Your data and documents are scattered through hard drives, network drives, other systems and emails? No problem, AirFaas centralizes all procurement data. You have a hard time finding what has been agreed, when and by whom? AirFaas gives you a full audit trail and visibility to every single transaction.
You will get the biggest bang for your buck if you don’t currently have any system for managing your procurement, or you have multiple legacy point-solutions for different parts of the procurement process and these solutions work poorly together. Either way, you have a clear reason to implement a system that will significantly improve your day-to-day efficiency and output.
You can’t run before you can walk, but maybe you are ready for the next level? We can help you get there. Have you outgrown your current solutions for handling purchasing? AirFaas is a superb tool if you are looking forward to automating trivial but central parts of your procurement activity and gaining more control with real-time visibility and actionable data. The sooner you take the first step into digitalizing your procurement the bigger the gains!
Implementing a procurement system is more than just logging in and enjoying the benefits. You need to make sure all the relevant people know how to use the system and are willing to use it. Often you need to change the way you do things, and your personnel must commit to the new ways of working. Are you willing to make the change happen? Is your organization capable of learning new things and committing to new ways of working? Do you have enough people to drive the change and make sure it really happens?