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About the IBISWorld Procurement Insider

If you’re a procurement professional, the IBISWorld Procurement Insider is your go-to resource center to get the edge you need to excel in your role as a buyer, manager, officer or executive.


The website is designed for you to easily find information to accomplish your goals across all levels of the procurement process. Jump to a specific Stage or Goal or simply browse around to discover articles, infographics, templates, market trends and much more. Procurement professionals will find unbiased market research on indirect categories, guidance on risk analysis, best practices, helpful purchasing and strategic sourcing solutions and more.


Information for all Procurement Stages
Developing purchasing professionals may find the Procurement Stages track helpful, especially the sections focused on Assessing an Opportunity, Developing Business Requirements and Conducting RFP Strategy.


Insights into a Variety of Procurement Goals
Procurement professionals working in strategic sourcing will enjoy the in-depth insights focused on goals like setting strategy and gaining credibility, plus data and category information to gain an understanding of market trends.


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About IBISWorld
Founded in 1971, IBISWorld provides meticulously researched business information and market research on over 1,000 indirect procurement categories. IBISWorld employs teams of dedicated expert analysts in the US, UK and Australia who scour economic, demographic and market data, while adding analytical insight that helps organizations of all types make better purchasing decisions.


IBISWorld's suite of procurement reports gives you instant access to data and analysis that helps you engage and negotiate with suppliers, better control the sourcing process, establish credibility with internal stakeholders and, ultimately, save money by spending smarter.