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Oversight is a “Cool Vendor”

on May 11, 2017

What does that mean?

Leading analyst firm Gartner recognized Oversight as a “Cool Vendor” in the Procurement and Sourcing Technology report. Of course, I’ve always thought we’re pretty cool, but it is an incredible honor to get the nod from Gartner.

Being named a Gartner Cool Vendor says we’re doing things right. The innovation happening at Oversight is definitely a factor in getting noticed by Gartner. But, it’s not just cool technology that makes Oversight cool, it’s the impact we have on our customers’ business.

Our packaged analytics deliver the insights that customers should be looking for across spending and travel expenses to improve efficiencies, increase policy compliance and avoid unnecessary costs. With our turn-key Insights On demand solution, most customers decrease policy violations by as much as 70% and reduce the level of effort required to monitor their T&E and P-Card programs by at least 50%. That’s significant impact on a corporate spending program.

What’s more, Oversight makes it easy. One thing Gartner noticed is how well our solutions work for non-IT users. Our analytics, user-friendly dashboards, and integrated case management workbench are easy to use. And artificial intelligence based analytics continue to improve as we evaluate millions of transactions every month.

We’re clearly thrilled that Oversight’s technology is getting noticed by Gartner. We believe this further confirms that we’ve created a breakthrough approach to operational expense analysis.  To learn more, download the complete Gartner Report “Cool Vendors in Procurement and Sourcing Technology.”

Patrick Taylor

Patrick Taylor is an authority in the convergence of business analytics, information security, and the implementation of technology to boost organizational performance. An innovator in his field, Patrick founded Oversight Systems in 2003 and served as President and CEO for 15 years. In this role, he helped hundreds of Fortune 1000 companies improve financial, accounting, and auditing processes. Previously, Patrick held leadership positions with Oracle, Symantec, and Internet Security Systems (ISS). Patrick has a bachelor’s degree Mechanical Engineering from Georgia Tech and an MBA from the Harvard Business School.