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Jaggaer Advantage vs. Ivalua: Spend Analysis Head-to-Head Technology Evaluation and Comparison

07/20/2018 By

Jaggaer Advantage, formerly BravoSolution, has been known for many years for its spend analysis functional prowess. But Ivalua has been somewhat of a well-kept secret among spend analysis software vendors, since the provider has not often emphasized this module alone, on a product basis, distinct from its best-in-class source-to-pay suite. Both Jaggaer Advantage and Ivalua bring a unique set of capabilities to spend analysis and related procurement software areas. And both beat the average functional benchmark score in Spend Matters Q2 2018 Spend Analytics SolutionMap. But how do they stack up against each other in a head-to-head bout?

Join us in this unfiltered SolutionMap results analysis from our Q2 2018 dataset, along with the commentary of the Spend Matters analyst team. These Head-to-Head columns share the insights of each quarterly SolutionMap report for SolutionMap Insider Subscribers, providing unique comparative cuts of SolutionMap benchmark data along with the trademark quips that Spend Matters was better known for in its early years. So buckle your seat belt, prepare for some real data and expect a few sparks to fly as we pit Jaggaer Advantage and Ivalua against each other in the spend analysis evaluation ring.

Not yet an Insider member? Here’s a preview: In four out of seven spend analytics categories — which include data layer, process support, technology and services — Jaggaer Advantage comes out on top (sometimes convincingly so). But in three areas, Ivalua delivers superior performance. And as you peel the onion between the two on a subcategory basis, the use cases for when one is likely a better fit than the other becomes clearer.

Overall, the results suggest that the right solution will vary based on different organizational requirements. There’s no debate that spend analytics selection processes will reward procurement organizations that tailor provider selection to their specific needs.

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