New JAGGAER survey benchmarks the digital transformation of procurement
One of the world’s leading independent software as a service (SaaS) e-procurement solutions providers will look to analyse the digital readiness of the procurement world with it second benchmarking survey.
JAGGAER has officially launched the “Digital Transformation in Procurement: How Close Are We?” survey, which will hold industry players to task as to just how far they have embraced the digitisation of the procurement space.
The survey is a follow up to the company’s “Digital Procurement 2017: Just Hype of the New Standard?”, which revealed that 83% of companies were not “full advantage of digital procurement's potential, even though the majority of these companies already have the necessary technological framework to do so.”
The digital evolution shows no signs of slowing down, and so the latest survey asks one simple question, how far has the industry come in almost two years?
“This is a great opportunity for procurement organizations to evaluate their current level of digitalisation and to compare their status with global benchmarks,” explains Robert Bonavito, CEO of JAGGAER. “Many companies have already begun taking steps towards automating and digitalising their procurement processes with modern procurement software. Our survey will provide procurement professionals with a broader perspective on current and future trends in digital procurement that will ultimately help them plan more strategically for digital transformation in their organizations. The comparisons with our last survey should be revealing in terms of how far the industry has come and how far it has to go,” he adds.
The global survey will gather benchmarks and trends from companies around the world, and will be available in English, German, French, Spanish, and Italian. The results of the free online survey will be published in a trend report in May 2019.
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