City Of Los Angeles Selects SciQuest To Enhance Purchasing Processes

SciQuest, Inc., (NASDAQ: SQI) a leading provider of on-demand strategic procurement and supplier management solutions, today announced that the City of Los Angeles has selected its Spend Director Enterprise solution. Los Angeles is one of the biggest cities in the United States and is a world-renowned center of business, entertainment, technology and education.

“We were impressed with SciQuest’s overall ease of use and functionality. With the SciQuest marketplace solution, we’ll be able to streamline the overall purchasing process, enhance overall user experience and create greater efficiencies across the city,” said Kenneth F. Desowitz, C.P.M. Director of Supply Services, City of Los Angeles. “The ability to buy goods at the best prices from our negotiated contracts with ease is crucial to reducing expenses and getting the maximum value from our existing contracts.”

“In today’s challenging economic environment, cities, states and towns are under a lot of pressure to reduce costs while improving process efficiencies,” said Stephen Wiehe, President and CEO, SciQuest. “SciQuest has a proven track record of working successfully with local and state government agencies to optimize existing resources to meet the needs of constituents.”

About SciQuest

SciQuest (NASDAQ: SQI) is a leading provider of an integrated, web-based end-to-end eProcurement solution that enables users to realize significant efficiencies and savings on their purchases of indirect goods and services. SciQuest’s unique industry segment expertise and innovative “source-to-settle” approach to eProcurement enables Fortune 1000 companies and organizations in the higher education, life sciences, healthcare and public sector markets, as well as other industries, to identify savings opportunities they may otherwise have missed, while improving contract management, compliance and supplier management. SciQuest’s solutions help customers turn spending into a source of savings. Join the conversation on our blog, The Open Kitchen—

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