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  • Approvers and requestors now have a drag-and-drop widget on their dashboard that displays outstanding requests waiting for approval or needing to be approved. This widget allows each user type to view request details and make specific actions based on...
  • Report on the performance of your technology investments and compare how they align to your overall business goals. The dashboard gives you a high-level category overview that can be narrowed down to product types. You can select a desired date range,...
  • Yes. This information is visible in the Return Policy link in the footer area of the website.
  • Insight.com supports user roles and permissions that allow administrators to customize the procurement experience for individual users. When setting user roles, administrators can choose from a list of preset options or from more than 100...
  • Contact our ecommerce team or create an account. The e-commerce team can also help create shared logins, self-created logins with custom, predetermined profiles, and employee purchase accounts for personal purchases. 
  • View, analyze and monitor your spend by month, year to date (YTD) or any custom date range. Compare your desired datasets month over month (MoM) or year over year (YoY). Action items allow you to filter results further or export data all within an...
  • You can easily change your insight.com account login information at any time. Once you’re logged in, select the Account Tools menu on the left side of your screen. Then select Personalization and User Profile.  The User Profile settings...
  • You can view information in our knowledge base either under insight.com updates or, when logged in, under Insight News on the dashboard.
  • Report on the performance of your technology investments and compare how they align to your overall business goals. View spend by each manufacturer based on hardware, software and services and narrow down those results to more granular product types....
  • It's best to think of a custom catalog as a restricted catalog. Users with the Custom Catalog permission enabled are restricted to viewing and searching for parts that are allowed by the company to be searched. That said, restrictions can be as strict...
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