CLARK, N.J., January 23, 2018 – GEP, a leading provider of procurement software and procurement services to Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises worldwide, has released its GEP Outlook: Procurement 2018 Report. This report — the latest in the well-regarded series issued annually by GEP — provides guidance and insight for procurement, supply chain and other business professionals on the most important global trends in business and technology.
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The report was collaboratively authored by members of the GEP Thought Leadership Council — a global team of industry and thought leaders, encompassing business and operations strategists, technology experts and innovators, and industry and commodity specialists.
The report is available for complimentary download here. You can also access it by visiting the GEP Knowledge Bank, where you’ll find a wide range of sourcing and procurement-focused resources, including white papers, case studies and blogs.
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Named Best Supplier at the EPIC Procurement Excellence Awards, GEP is frequently honored as an innovator and leading provider of source-to-pay procurement software by top industry and technology analysts, such as Forrester, Gartner, IDC, Spend Matters, PayStream and Ardent Partners. GEP also earns top honors in consulting and managed services from the industry’s leading research firms, professional associations and journals, including Everest Group on its PEAK Matrices of Procurement Services Providers and Supply Chain Services Providers; NelsonHall on its NEAT Matrix of Global Procurement BPO Service Providers; HfS in its Blueprint Report on Procurement-as-a-Service; and ALM Intelligence in its Vanguard Reports on both Procurement Consulting and Supply Chain Consulting.
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