TMI Hospitality selects ReactorNet to manage purchasing

TMI Hospitality has selected ReactorNet's EPRO spend management solution to manage purchasing across all of their properties. EPRO is a procure-to-pay platform allowing buyers to directly collaborate with suppliers to gain control of spend management and maximize purchasing power.

TMI is a  hospitality development and management company with more than 200 hotels across the U.S.

In addition to TMI, ReactorNet also provides spend management software to John Q. Hammons Hotels Management and is fully integrated with many of the industry's leading suppliers such as American Hotel Register, Sysco Guest Supply, HD Supply, Edward Don, and Cintas.

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ReactorNet and TMI expect a three month implementation phase followed by a six week pilot phase before finally launching company-wide.

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