2degrees streamlines purchase-to-pay process

October 15, 2021


Since launching in 2009, 2degrees has made a competitive impact on the New Zealand telecommunications market. The company has built a nationwide mobile network and lowered costs for Kiwis in the process. In early 2015, 2degrees acquired internet service provider Snap to become a full service telecommunications provider. 2degrees now has over 1 million customers, 1,200 staff, and 55 retail outlets with its brand new mobile network covering 98.5% of the places Kiwis live and work, complemented by ADSL, VDSL and UFB services.

2degrees realised its existing labour-intensive purchase-to-pay processes were significantly impacting business productivity. The business of buying lacked overall financial rigour and efficiency, with paper based purchasing and invoicing taking too long. In addition, the manual intervention necessary meant errors occurred, and end users were frustrated with long approval cycles. 2degrees knew it needed to improve procurement visibility, efficiency, and control.

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“We now view DXC as a trusted partner. They offered us speed and agility with thought leadership and significant Oracle EBS subject matter expertise that we just didn’t have internally.”Alex Moffatt IT Application Delivery Manager, 2degrees

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