World’s Largest Online Shoe Company Deploys Taulia’s Cloud-Based Solution

Taulia Expands Retail Portfolio, Wins Business Over Competitors

San Francisco, CA  (  Taulia Inc., the market-leading SaaS platform for dynamic discounting, announced today that the world’s largest online shoe retailer has selected Taulia as its invoice automation and dynamic discounting solution provider.

The online footwear and apparel leader was looking for a solution that would seamlessly integrate into their existing ERP system, increase productivity, lower costs and allow them to capture early payment discounts in exchange for paying their suppliers early. Taulia’s comprehensive platform gives this major online retailer more visibility and control over the invoice approval process while reducing their payment cycles and saving them millions annually. The addition of this leading retailer is a testament to Taulia’s strong growth among top global organizations.

Bertram Meyer, CEO of Taulia, said “Our platform offers this global organization the flexibility and scalability that is needed as it continues to broaden its product offerings. In addition to lowering operational expenses, the commerce site can look forward to increased organizational efficiencies, instant access to information and an immediate return on investment.”

Another unique advantage to Taulia’s cloud-based offering is that it is completely free for suppliers to use, ensuring a robust supplier adoption rate. Among its many features, including Supplier Self Services, real time buyer-supplier collaborative messaging and Supplier Information Management (SIM), the web-based solution provides integrated eInvoicing – a particularly valuable asset for organizations looking to reach 100% electronic invoicing.

“For an organization that is so focused on customer satisfaction, it was just natural to provide the same level of service to their suppliers. We look forward to working with this leading organization to streamline their accounts payable operations, while offering significant value to their suppliers,” said Meyer.