We are pleased to announce that we’ve been awarded 50 Procurement Providers to Watch 2021 by Spend Matters.
This is the fourth year in a row we have received this recognition as a fast-rising provider within the procurement and supply chain industry, as we continue to grow and develop innovative products to propel the market forward.
Spend Matters Almanac is labeled as ‘the most comprehensive directory of providers that serve the procurement and supply chain industry’ and has now been running for 7 years. The directory covers more than 25 categories and serves as a resource for anyone interested in an unbiased view of the procurement service provider landscape.
Nick Heinzmann, Analyst Team Lead, Spend Matters, said: “Never has procurement technology been more front of mind for businesses. With companies heavily scrutinizing their supply chains and bottom lines to protect against volatility, the procurement technology space has in 2021 gained only greater notoriety — from customers and investors alike.
Heinzmann continued: “In the context of global shocks, innovative new take on what ‘source-to-pay’ includes and an urgent re-evaluation of what businesses should value beyond the balance sheet, we’re pleased to present Spend Matters’ annual ’50 Providers to Know’, ’50 Providers to Watch’ and ‘Future 5’ listees, determined by the entire Spend Matters analyst team to represent the best of the technology providers that serve procurement, finance and supply chain organizations.”
Alun Rafique, CEO and Co-Founder, Market Dojo, said: “We are delighted to be continually recognised as a key provider to watch. Despite the interruptions the pandemic has brought to organisations, we are proud to continue to drive forward our innovation to help organisations adapt and succeed with ease to digitise their procurement processes. We look forward to what we can deliver over the 12 months and beyond, supporting organisations and their end customers.”
For more information and to view the full list of Top 50 Procurement Providers to Watch for 2021, visit the Spend Matters website.