Transform Your Procurement with Kojo + Deltek ComputerEase.

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During this webinar, John Meibers, VP & GM of Deltek ComputerEase, and the Kojo team will share actionable advice on how to transform your procurement process.

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Kojo is purpose-built to give everyone the tools and visibility they need to do their part in procurement, and then sync material cost data directly over to your accounting system for record keeping.

Learn how to:

  • Eliminate process bottlenecks and reduce processing time on POs and field requisitions by up to 75%
  • Increase office productivity by automating RFQs, POs and invoice reconciliation
  • Keep your numbers up to date - always have a complete and real-time picture of job costs
  • Sync data directly between Kojo and ComputerEase

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