WNS (Holdings) Limited, leading providers of global Business Process Management (BPM) services, have been recognised as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape for Worldwide Procurement-as-a-Service (PaaS) 2018 Vendor Assessment (DOC #US42630617, FEBRUARY 2018).
“WNS is delighted to be named as a Leader in the IDC MarketScape Procurement-as-a-Service Vendor Assessment. WNS, with its recent acquisition of Denali, a procurement solutions provider, has pioneered the procurement-as-a-service model. The WNS-Denali model is driven around co-creation and flexibility to drive greater reach, efficiency and effectiveness. Rather than focusing on creating efficiencies through transactional improvements, WNS offers clients an unparalleled depth of expertise in category management, strategic sourcing, complex contracting and high-impact supplier management and training, through its effective use of technology and analytics,” said Keshav R Murugesh, group CEO, WNS.
“WNS-Denali is a Leader in the procurement space and its deep domain expertise has helped maintain its differentiation in the market. The service provider has been able to enhance and expand the procurement-as-a-service model to category management, contracting, supplier management, and compliance (procure-to-pay), taking a unique approach to the utilisation of technology solutions in serving their clients. WNS-Denali’s depth of expertise in category management, strategic sourcing, complex contracting, and high-impact supplier management separates it from competitors that focus strictly on creating efficiencies through transactional improvements,” said Alison Close, research manager, Finance and Accounting, BPaaS, and Analytics Services, IDC.
WNS deliver high-end global sourcing and procurement solutions to some of the world’s leading brands, across sectors. WNS work with clients to transform their procurement function with end-to-end Source-to-Pay (S2P) solutions that help them benefit from greater spend under management, sourcing savings, spend compliance, stakeholder satisfaction and procurement operations cost.