Corcentric's efforts to automate and optimize Procurement and Finance have earned the firm a spot on Spend Matters' list of 50 Providers to Watch. Reserved for Supply Management's most forward-thinking organizations, the honor places Corcentric among its industry's true leaders.
Steven Belli, SVP of Strategic Sourcing, remarks, "It's an honor to be acknowledged as one of Procurement's most innovative and impactful organizations. Distinctions like this are always a welcome reminder that our hard work pays off.
Released annually, Spend Matters' list is intended to guide organizations in selecting their Procurement solutions and service providers. The fifty companies listed are considered uniquely excellent and come highly recommended by Spend Matters' own team of Procurement experts. Characterized by ceaseless innovation, they are expected to help drive Supply Management's strategic evolution into a new era.
"We've been committed to driving Procurement forward for over 25 years," says VP of Operations, William Dorn. "A spot on the Providers to Watch list is a sign that our efforts are getting noticed and our consultants are emerging as respected thought leaders."
This exciting news follows Corcentric's recent acquisition of two-time Provider to Watch Source One Management Services. Supported by Source One's decades of expertise, Corcentric made a stronger case than ever for inclusion on Spend Matters' list.
Inspired by this mid-year honor, Corcentric's team looks forward to producing results, empowering clients, and developing innovative spend management strategies throughout the rest of 2018.
Want a look at how Corcentric and Source One's team distinguish themselves? Check out their ongoing whitepaper series Procurement Transformation: Industry Perspectives. Featuring reflections from across Supply Management, the publication is perhaps the most comprehensive assessment of Procurement Transformation ever published. Predictably, it's full of the supply chain insights that have helped make Corcentric a Provider to Watch.