Expent makes software purchasing and vendor lifecycle management easy and efficient by consolidating end to end procurement process into a single platform.
Vendor Lifecycle Management Platform
Expent comes with security, privacy and reliability built in.
Discover ALL software solutions in a given vertical. Find software that best meet your needs in few minutes not months with Expent's personalized recommendations.
Use our expert-approved evaluation templates or your own custom template to accelerate requirements gathering. Collaborate with all internal stakeholders to build consensus and ensure they are looped in early.
Make it easy for your end users to discover all existing applications, learn basic information about how it is used, who is using it and get access to it.
Gain central visibility into what SaaS applications are used by your organization, who is using them and how much. Get notified when new applications are added.
Hari and Srikanth are brothers. Hari in his role as an Engineering Leader and business owner has procured a lot of software and Srikanth in his role as a Security Leader and procurement stakeholder has reviewed and approved a lot of vendors. Having experienced the problem of ineffective software purchasing process in multiple large enterprises, they set out to build Expent - to fix this problem for business owners and procurement stakeholders alike, once and for all.
Prior to Expent, Srikanth was the Head of Security at PlanGrid where he was responsible for starting up and building all aspects of PlanGrid’s security, privacy and compliance programs. Before PlanGrid, he led multiple critical security initiatives at Zendesk and Autodesk. Srikanth holds a Masters in Information Security from the Johns Hopkins University.
Prior to Expent, Hari was running the Machine Learning Services Product and Engineering group at Workday where he was responsible for designing and executing the strategy & vision for multiple Machine Learning services. Before Workday, Hari led multiple data initiatives at Yahoo. Hari holds a Masters in Computer Science from Georgia Institute of Technology.
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