Go beyond procure-to-pay (P2P) with PayEm

Procurement doesn’t end with payments, that’s why the PayEm platform offers P2P with custom approval flows, use of the payment method of your choice, receipt collection, and reconciliation-all within the context of your PO. We call it R2R: request to reconciliation.

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Empower everyone: employees, departments, and especially procurement teams

Purchasing decisions are made by more than finance and IT teams these days, you need a procurement solution that can keep up. PayEm works at the employee, team, and department level to ensure the entire payment life cycle- especially the procure-to-pay process is centralized and seamlessly managed from request to reconciliation.


Easy and instant request, approval, and PO creation

Procurement teams shouldn’t have to waste time manually guiding requests and approvals across various departments. PayEm’s platform customizes and automates request and procurement policy approval workflows, then instantly creates POs that are fully synced with your ERP, freeing up procurement team members to focus on the strategic sourcing.

Automate everything

With PayEm, everything from requests to reconciliation is centralized, automated, and trackable. With real-time spend available to you at any time. Errors, redundant purchases, and compliance issues are reduced– all while staying on budget.


Pay your way- even with vendor cards

Procurement with PayEm means paying vendors in whatever way is most convenient to you: from ACH, checks, and even vendor cards. Our technology also has cross-border capabilities, allowing you to send funds to over 200 territories in 130 different currencies in just one click.


PayEm’s platform modernizes the procurement process offering the spend control, transparency, and compliance assurance you need with the flexibility and ease you want. In fact, our platform was just named as one of the 100 pioneering digital procurement solutions


Ready to increase efficiency and control while saving your team money?