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Digital Procurement Survey

4th Edition

  • 82%

    of highly digitised Procurement departments create distinctive value through their data

  • 77%

    of Procurement departments have implemented solutions on both S2C and P2P processes

  • 41%

    of Procurement processes are digitised, huge opportunity for further digitalisation

  • 27%

    of Procurement departments tracks the CO2 emissions of its suppliers

Strategic priorities in purchasing are cost reduction, risk management and further digitalisation

In times of supply bottlenecks, rising commodity prices and growing inflation, procurement departments around the globe are focusing on the essentials: Reducing costs and managing risks.

As the pandemic subsides, however, the digitalisation of procurement is once again coming into focus. Companies are willing to invest a lot of money to make the idea of digital procurement a reality. The planned investments are to flow primarily into digital source-to-contract (S2C) and procure-to-pay (P2P) solutions. 

In contrast, the hype around innovative technologies in procurement – such as blockchain and artificial intelligence – has faded. CO2 trackers are becoming increasingly relevant.

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Mathieu Rosier

Mathieu Rosier

Partner, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)88 792 75 41

Xander de Jong

Xander de Jong

Senior Manager Supply Chain & Procurement, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)63 927 78 20

Eveline Pols

Eveline Pols

Senior Manager Supply Chain & Procurement, PwC Netherlands

Tel: +31 (0)62 247 62 09

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