Spend Matters names '50 Providers to Watch' in procurement

By James Henderson
Spend Matters has named '50 Names to Watch', marking the cards of up-and-coming firms in procurement. The company said the list shines a light on relat...

Spend Matters has named '50 Names to Watch', marking the cards of up-and-coming firms in procurement. 

The company said the list shines a light on relative newcomers that are pushing procurement forward, and those offering the latest and most innovative solutions in the industry. 

It has also released its '50 Names to Know' list, which runs down the leading names in procurement.

In the release, Spend Matters said it routinely reviews the latest procurement technology and service offerings.

“This uniquely positions us to help procurement organisations with their vendor selection processes,” it said.  

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The 50 to Know and Watch lists are the result of intense debate, discussion and refinement among all of the Spend Matters analysts and reflect our unbiased, independent view of the providers you should have on your radar in 2018.

“The Spend Matters 50 Providers to Know list for 2018 highlights leading technology and services providers that continue to raise the bar for procurement technologies and services.”

The '50 Names to Watch' are as follows: 

Agiloft

AnyData Solutions

APEX Analytix

Aquiire

Aravo

AvidXChange

Bid Mode

Bodhala

Bonfire Interactive

Bugcrowd

BuyerQuest

Catalant

Celonis

ConnXus

Corcentric

CreditRiskMonitor

Dhatim

Freelancer Limited

GE GeniusLink

Genesys Talent

Geometric Results Inc. (GRI)

Globality

Global Risk Management Solutions (GRMS)

Keelvar

Kepler (including EasyKost)

LegalSifter

LevaData

Market Dojo

MBO Partners

Nimbi

NPI

Opus Global (Hiperos)

Per Angusta

Previse

PRGX (including Lavante)

Randstad Sourceright

Simfoni Group

SirionLabs

Sovos

Spendata

State of Flux

Tipalti

TrustWeaver

Upwork

Vndly

Vroozi

Wax Digital

wescale

Yooz

Efficio/Nomad Health/Suplari (to be decided by public vote)

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