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Jiga: Vendor Analysis — Direct materials sourcing solution overview, competitors, tech selection tips, analyst summary

01/09/2023 By

In this Spend Matters Vendor Analysis we give an overview of Jiga, a direct materials sourcing solution that specializes in centralizing and automating the sourcing activities of manufacturing-related spend. 

Sourcing manufactured parts requires a lot of back-and-forth with suppliers over disconnected email chains and manually updated spreadsheets. These siloed, error-prone emails and files cause project delays, bottlenecks, loss of essential data and a lot of unnecessary administrative time. Jiga's solution addresses this pain point and helps customers get parts with less time and cost.

With its solution and supplier network, Jiga focuses on addressing the above for project-based sourcing/procurement, prototypes and/or small series with dedicated collaboration features that are seldom seen in sourcing solutions by creating a B2B marketplace for manufacturing custom parts.

Here’s why Jiga matters:

  • To the market — There are many solutions on the market supporting sourcing and ordering, but few enable advanced collaboration on designs. Even fewer do it in a way that supports the agility and flexibility required for prototypes and small series that are bread and butter in certain industries.
  • To customers — Jiga’s customers have an easy and efficient way to source and order manufactured parts and assemblies by collaborating with their suppliers and/or by finding new suppliers on the solution’s marketplace.
  • To potential buyers — Jiga doesn’t aim to be a jack of all trades, but a solution with features and a pricing specifically geared to fostering collaboration in the purchasing of manufactured parts to support innovation and save time.

This Spend Matters PRO Vendor Analysis gives an overview of the vendor's capabilities, its competitors, provides tech selection tips and closes with key analyst takeaways.

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