SnapLogic Becomes CoupaLink Technology Partner

SnapLogic, provider of an Intelligent Integration Platform, is now a certified CoupaLink Technology Partner after successfully completing the certification to integrate with the Coupa Business Spend Management (BSM) Platform.

SnapLogic’s new Coupa connector uses Coupa’s REST-based APIs to enable seamless data flow to and from the Coupa BSM Platform.

This connector simplifies end-to-end integration between Coupa and any leading ERP or finance system of record — such as SAP, Oracle, Microsoft, NetSuite, or Workday — thereby accelerating spend-related activities across the organization.

Coupa empowers organizations around the world with the visibility and control they need to manage all of their spend in one place.

By seamlessly connecting Coupa to hundreds of applications and data sources — whether on-premises, in the cloud, or hybrid — SnapLogic automates and accelerates data flow across the entire spend management supply chain, including procurement, expense management, strategic sourcing, spend analysis, and more.

The result: increased user productivity and process efficiency, reduced manual errors and risk, and faster value at lower costs.

“We are committed to providing an open business network that empowers businesses with more visibility and control over their spend so they can spend smarter,” said Roger Goulart, senior vice president of business development and alliances at Coupa. “SnapLogic’s AI-enabled integration and intelligent workflow capabilities enable a fast, frictionless, and predictable experience that helps our customers achieve improvements in productivity, more meaningful insights, and ultimately more business value.”

As a fully certified CoupaLink solution, SnapLogic meets all of the stringent requirements established by Coupa through its CoupaLink Certified Technology program.

The CoupaLink program enables software partners to build complementary solutions that easily connect into the Coupa BSM Platform. Customers benefit by optimizing their business spend and minimizing business risk while reducing the cost of third-party software integration.

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