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GEP features in the Procurement Services Provider Directory

GEP defines "everything as a service" as a purpose-built, one-stop shop for procurement and supply chain services and solutions — at scale. Over 20 years ago, GEP started as a procurement consultancy, added managed services and outsourcing, and then developed its own leading technology platform. With over 4,000 employees, it runs the gamut from procurement strategy to digital/operational transformation to technology implementation and ongoing managed services and IP access. GEP is now working to establish a partner program and global ecosystem to help it deliver its various services and capabilities into a more heterogeneous delivery model.

But where does GEP differentiate from other services firms focused on digital procurement transformation, and how can potential clients get up to speed on the full range of partners they should consider when launching a project?

Spend Matters recently carried out extensive research into the status of the current procurement services providers’ market and published a Procurement Services Market Landscape report and a procurement services Buyers Directory to assist organizations in the evaluation and selection of best-fit services providers for their project requirements. The directory profiles 35 of the leading procurement management consultancies, procurement technology implementation specialists and procurement managed services providers, and provides a one-page overview on each to give quick and easy access to the provider’s expertise. Here's a sneak peek:

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