Home Depot and Yardi partner on digital payment

Real estate software company Yardi announced the launch of a new service for clients as it partners with Home Depot (NYSE:HD) to offer more purchasing options and full purchasing control for customers.

The new service grants Yardi clients full access to thousands of Home Depot products either in-store or online via a new online procurement system offered with Yardi's Procure to Pay service, a fully automated end-to-end procurement and invoice processing platform.

The pairing of Home Depot merchandise accessibility with the Yardi Procure to Pay System gives property owners and managers insight into every purchase, thus ensuring complete purchasing compliance.

Access to Home Depot's catalog is available at no additional cost with no implementation required for customers already using Yardi PAYscan.

"We are thrilled about our new business relationship with Yardi," said J.T. Rieves, VP of The Home Depot Pro Business. "Property managers now have a compliant ordering solution with the option of selecting same-day, in-store pickup or even delivery from The Home Depot."

Registered clients will also have the added option of simply walking into any of Home Depot's nearly 2,000 locations in the U.S. to make in-store purchases that will automatically update online purchase orders invoiced through Yardi Procure to Pay.

For more:
-See this Yardi press release

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