An overwhelming majority of services spend goes unmanaged in large companies – with some categories going completely outside of Procurement’s purview. The causes may be many, but can largely be attributed to:
Our goal is simple – to enhance the procurement process for the acquisition of services to overcome these challenges. By harnessing the power of AI, we quickly and accurately bring structure to the myriad of data that exists within contracts and SOWs and bring a stronger lens to spend reporting and analytics. Our solutions deliver revolutionary insight and visibility that enables data-driven buying decisions, increased efficiency, and a better user-experience that increases engagement and delivers results. We focus on the elements of the buy that are often buried too deep for traditional approaches – things like deliverable details, supplier capabilities, quality and performance, and manager satisfaction.
As a trusted advisor with an impressive client portfolio and breadth of experience to draw upon, we enable procurement leaders to deliver value – defined in variable ways depending on the business requirements by taking control of this spend portfolio through:
Everest ranked AGS as highest in the Leader category, citing our strengths in market adoption, portfolio mix, value delivered, scope of services offered, delivery footprint, and vision and strategy.
Searching for a qualified services procurement provider can be a challenge. Analysts measure the providers in the market along several unique dimensions that can help inform buyers to find the best companies to partner with to meet their procurement needs. Everest Group's PEAK Matrix™ offers enterprises the analysis and insights leaders need to make critical decisions about providers and service offerings. The report analyses the dynamics of services procurement providers and their impact on the market. Everest Group also provides key insights on each service provider’s positioning along six dimensions: market adoption, portfolio mix, scope of services offered, innovation & investments, delivery footprint, and vision & strategy.
Procurement leaders play a unique role in managing the complex array of resources that comprise today’s workforce. The enterprise continues to look to procurement for solutions to reduce costs, mitigate risk, and ensure the timeliness and outcomes brought by the people and services they manage.
At the same time, continuous improvement in efficiency, quality, innovation, and impact are also primary expectations of the business – and therein lies the challenge.
Find out where is the opportunity to drive value once processes are brought into compliance across the enterprise?