Gonzales Commercial Electric Uses Kojo to Reduce Office Overhead Costs
Texas-based electrical contractor achieves significant cost savings with automated field requisitions and purchase orders.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- Kojo (formerly Agora Systems) today announced that Gonzales Commercial Electric is using Kojo's purchasing platform to automate their purchasing process and reduce office overhead. Leveraging Kojo's integration with ComputerEase, Gonzales Commercial Electric is able to receive requisitions from the field digitally, send purchase orders to vendors instantly, and auto-sync the information into their accounting system in a matter of clicks, resulting in a 50% gain in order processing efficiency.
"Kojo has enabled our purchasing team to spend 50% less time on processing purchase orders."
"We knew we needed to automate field requisitions and the purchasing process, which is why we chose Kojo," said Jose Alaniz, a purchaser at Gonzales Commercial Electric. "Kojo has enabled our purchasing team to spend 50% less time on processing purchase orders. From 20-30 minutes per PO to 10-15 minutes per PO. The software has been a game changer."
Kojo streamlines materials purchasing by bringing together the field, office, and warehouse teams, as well as their vendors onto one digital platform. With a streamlined supply chain that automates the process of purchasing and tracking materials, electrical contractors cut time wasted on managing materials both in the field and the office. Keeping projects on track and under budget becomes simpler with the ability to track orders and deliveries in real-time.
"We've seen industries of all types adopt technology to increase efficiency and productivity. The same should be true for construction and electrical contractors," said Maria Rioumine, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Kojo. "We're excited to partner with Gonzales Commercial Electric and enable their teams to streamline their purchasing process and support their business growth and scalability."