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The Smart Cube Recognised as ‘2017 Spend Matters 50 to Know’ Company
LONDON/NEW DELHI – 22 May 2017: The Smart Cube, an award-winning global analytics and research company, has been chosen as a 2017 Spend Matters ‘50 to Know’ company, as part of the Annual Spend Matters 50/50 Almanac listing.
This list by Spend Matters – the leading global procurement and supply chain source – features eminent industry leaders that continue to lead the global procurement space with new technologies and services, using the latest innovations and changing the way business is conducted. Companies will be recognised in an announcement at the Institute of Supply Management Conference in Orlando today.
Spend Matters routinely reviews companies that stay on top of supply markets, enrich supplier records and manage supply risk by implementing the latest procurement technologies and services, to help them accurately position vendors and aid practitioners in the selection process.
Jason Busch, founder and Head of Strategy, Spend Matters said: “It’s difficult – and getting even more so – to make Spend Matters› 50/50 lists, and we’re thrilled The Smart Cube made it onto the 2017 Spend Matters 50 to Know list. This list is the product of intense debate, discussion and refinement each year by our analysts. This year saw new coverage areas and increased competition among providers in existing segments. The Smart Cube earned a deserved spot as one of the procurement providers worth knowing in 2017.”
Commenting on receiving this recognition, The Smart Cube’s co-founder and CEO Gautam Singh said: “We are very pleased to have been awarded a place on the ‘50 to Know’ list from Spend Matters. Through a unique approach to research and analytics, The Smart Cube delivers customised support, which arms our clients with the best information to make more confident business decisions – every day. We work with close to 100 of the Fortune 500, and 85% of our work is delivered on a retained basis. With the provider landscape becoming ever more complex, recognition from an influential industry third-party is invaluable.”