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Cimple: Vendor Analysis — Sourcing solution overview, roadmap, Cimple competitors, tech selection tips, analyst summary

02/21/2022 By

In this Spend Matters PRO Vendor Analysis, we will give an overview of Cimple, a UK-based sourcing and price-comparison tool provider that focuses mainly on public procurement.

Cimple aims to simplify the public sector procurement process, at first in the UK, by providing public bodies and private organizations with a means to better connect and do business together.

In the UK, like elsewhere, public procurement is a complicated matter. There are multiple players — in the UK there are approximately 60,000 buying organizations and at least 1 million suppliers — and processes are sometimes intricate. And, to make things worse, regulations driving processes change often.

Cimple is on a mission, therefore, to intelligently match buyers and suppliers by providing a new purchasing experience centered around a marketplace that covers goods and services. It does so by targeting end users who are not procurement professionals and need an easy-to-use, effective solution.

Here’s why Cimple matters:

  • To the market — Cimple is a new entrant in the solutions market for the public sector, and it takes a differentiated approach to addressing part of the market that is often overlooked.
  • To customers — Cimple provides a solution to digitize sourcing processes in an efficient and effective manner.
  • To potential buyers — From the perspective of financial commitment and technology adoption, Cimple is a low-risk option for organizations wanting to digitize sourcing.

This Vendor Analysis will give an overview of the vendor’s capabilities, look at Cimple’s competitors, provide tech selection tips and close with key analyst takeaways.

This Spend Matters PRO Vendor Analysis will give readers an overview of Cimple's solution, a look at its platform and services, a brief description of its solution functionalities, a glimpse at its roadmap, a description of its competitors and a summary with key analyst takeaways.

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