Bonfire has been named a 2018 Provider to Watch by Spend Matters.
Spend Matters released its 5th annual ‘50 Providers to Know/50 Providers to Watch’ lists in conjunction with the annual ISM conference.
The recognition highlights Bonfire’s user-friendly, powerful, and insightful cloud-based platform which helps modern sourcing teams transform their processes with easy collaboration, rich data and deep automation.
This marks the second consecutive year Bonfire has been recognized as a Provider to Watch by Spend Matters.
Spend Matters routinely reviews the latest procurement technology and service offerings to help organizations make wise and effective vendor selection decisions. The 50 Providers to Watch/Know lists are the result of deep analysis and corroboration among all Spend Matters analysts and reflect the publication’s unbiased, independent view of the organizations to know and watch.
“We’re excited to be named as one of Spend Matters 50 Providers to Watch for the second year running," said Bonfire CEO Corry Flatt. “Continuing to be part of this list validates Bonfire’s hard work in delivering an innovative, next generation procurement platform — enabling teams to streamline their supplier selection and empowering them to make strategic decisions that drive true value to their organizations.”
"Bonfire's innovative solution and surprisingly large and diverse client base demonstrate that strategic sourcing is just as important to the public sector as it is to private companies," said Spend Matters. "They are fully deserving of a spot on our list of 50 Providers to Watch in 2018."
Procurement service providers can create a free listing in Spend Matters’ vendor directory, the Almanac, to be considered by the analyst team constructing next year’s 50 to Watch/Know lists. The Almanac contains 400+ vendor descriptions across 24 service/technology categories as well as Spend Matters’ unbiased reviews and related articles. It is a valuable resource for procurement practitioners seeking insider intel on procurement service providers.