Infosys named a Winner in the ‘HfS Blueprint Report: Procurement-As-a-Service 2017’
Infosys stands out for its ability to integrate procurement-technology, consulting and business services
Bangalore, India – Jan 18 2018: Infosys (NYSE: INFY), a global leader in consulting, technology, outsourcing and next-generation services, today announced that it has been recognized as part of the prestigious Winner’s Circle of the ‘HfS Blueprint Report: Procurement-As-a-Service 2017’. The report recognizes Infosys as an end-to-end procurement leader, continually expanding category management capabilities globally, while driving platform innovation and automation for clients.
- The report states that Infosys stands out for its ability to integrate procurement technology, consulting and business services. It also adds that Infosys is recognized by both clients and competitors alike for its delivery strength in transaction procurement which has been a mainstay of the offering since its inception
- Key strengths of Infosys mentioned in the report include: continued investment in experienced talent and capabilities in sourcing and market-intelligence, cutting edge technology management in combination with procurement know-how, depth in delivery in transactional procurement, automation being central to the vision of procurement outsourcing delivery and continued commitment to invest in Infosys’ proprietary platform ‘ProcureEdge’ with particular focus on automation, self-service tools and cognitive buying guidance
Derk Erbé, Research Vice President, HfS Research:
"Infosys is an end-to-end procurement leader, continually expanding category management capabilities and driving platform innovation and automation for clients. Infosys distinguishes itself as a technology-savvy Procurement As-a-Service provider, leveraging partnerships, deep procurement know-how and its own ProcureEdge platform to create value for clients and developing innovation-rich new services."
The HfS Winner’s Circle shows excellence recognized by clients in 8 ideal parameters across execution and innovation