ALISO VIEJO, Calif., Sept. 06, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Transcepta, the leading platform for cloud-based supply chain connectivity, dynamic discounting, and other procure-to-pay solutions announced it will be exhibiting at the upcoming Association of Chief Business Officers for California Community Colleges Fall Conference. 

The conference will take place at the Hilton Mission Bay in San Diego from October 23rd to the 25th. Chief Business Officer delegates from roughly 112 California community colleges are expected to participate. Transcepta will sponsor a refreshment break for all attendees in addition to their exhibit booth.

A number of major universities, including several top California universities, use Transcepta to automate their procure-to-pay and e-invoicing processes.

Within Higher Education and Research Institutions, Transcepta enables organizations to drive broad scalability across the supply chain with a large supplier network, ease of e-invoicing adoption, and high touch supplier enablement service. Transcepta's Dynamic Discounting allows CBOs and university finance leaders to connect dynamically with suppliers, and use machine learning to provide value through predictive analytics that consistently ‘learn’ and improve over time.

About Transcepta
Transcepta is a platform that connects Procurement and Accounts Payable professionals with their suppliers, enabling everyone to achieve greater profitability. Every day, thousands of companies access the Transcepta Network to improve e-invoicing and procure-to-pay processes, drive financial value across the supply chain, and communicate dynamically. Since 2005, the world’s most respected companies have chosen Transcepta. Transcepta is headquartered in Aliso Viejo, CA. For more information, visit

About ACBO
The Association of Chief Business Officials offers business officers in California opportunities to develop professionally, to identify issues affecting community colleges, and to share their expertise with their colleagues. Our membership includes 72 districts, 112 California community colleges with over 2.5 million students. For more information, visit

Heidi Smith