With rapidly changing macroeconomic conditions, dynamic innovation landscape and need to achieve sustainability goals, global procurement organizations are in need of continuous inputs on supplier capabilities, regulatory changes, price movements, negotiation strategies etc.
With thousands of categories and need for sourcing from several best cost sourcing locations, category teams are in search for innovative solutions to help them stay up-to-date with the best practices and latest market insights
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SpendEdge portal gives us ready access to info on 50+ categories. And with the “Analyst Support” feature, our team is able to get all of its queries answered almost instantly by SpendEdge’s panel of top-notch procurement experts. It’s really a time-saving tool!
Branded packaged foods business- Senior Vice President (Global Supply Chain)
Thanks to the SpendEdge tool, our teams can directly access news articles focused on the procurement landscape. These cover a lot of ground, providing snapshots of industry, suppliers, and procurement tech. Previously, our category managers had to wade through a huge amount of information to get these news updates. So, SpendEdge is saving us a lot of time. That’s really something!
Well-known ICT firm- Director of Global Procurement
SpendEdge’s pricing insights section is something our team loves the most. Understanding pricing models, price points, and negotiation levers is a bit tricky. All these are covered in the SpendEdge reports, and that helps us gain quick insights.
A leader in chemicals- Director of Indirect Categories Procurement