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For the fifth time in a row, the digital procurement leader is on the annual “50 Providers to Know” list published by Spend Matters.

New york, April 28th 2020.- Synertrade, a subsidiary of Econocom Group and a world leader in digital purchasing solutions, has been recognized, for the fifth consecutive year, in the annual list made by Spend Matters, which highlights the suppliers that lead new technologies and purchasing services, setting the industry standard.

“If you are thinking about an eProcurement technology implementation or simply want to know the main players in the industry, in this list you will be able to know which suppliers you should consider”, with these words Spend Matters has presented its 7th list of “50 Providers to Know”, which contains the suppliers selected independently by its team of analysts based on the merits of each eProcurement solution provider.

“For the fifth year in a row, Synertrade is again recognized by Spend Matters in its “50 Providers to Know” list. Synertrade has one main objective and that is to anticipate the evolution of Purchasing and the needs of the market, in order to create the best innovations for our customers with our eProcurement solution”, emphasized Eberhard Aust, Synertrade’s CEO. “We are very pleased to be recognized by the analyst community as a key player in the Purchasing market. This is good news for Synertrade in the midst of the extraordinary events we are currently experiencing”, he added.

The report published by Spend Matters in the midst of the health alert situation that is developing worldwide, shows that Synertrade remains a complete and robust solution, with a team behind it dedicated to giving the best of themselves for the benefit of their customers.

Synertrade closed 2019 with outstanding growth in its main markets in Europe, the Middle East and North America. The great efforts it has been making in recent years, together with a great deal of motivation, will make it continue to strive even harder to improve despite the global situation.