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WNS Denali Recognized as a ‘Leader’ in Procurement BPO & Transformation Consulting Services by ISG
WNS Denali was named a Leader in Procurement BPO services based on its differentiated CPOTRAC procurement suite, strategic acquisitions, and strong technology and solution partner ecosystem. The CPOTRAC platform provides a comprehensive procurement solution, supporting client’s requirements across sourcing, contracts, procurement, and payments. In addition, the report highlights WNS’s new capabilities added in 2022 through the strategic acquisitions of
In the area of Transformation Consulting Services, WNS Denali was also recognized as a ‘Leader’ based upon its focused ability to transform procurement organizations, core operations, and proprietary data into strategic client business resources. The company was also cited for its transformative, end-to-end
“WNS Denali transforms procurement’s end-to-end ecosystem by combining deep domain knowledge, specialized talent, proprietary platforms, and state-of-the-art 3rd party technologies to deliver measurable outcomes for our clients. This recognition by ISG further strengthens our leadership in the procurement and supply chain space as we continue to drive digital-first business transformation for our clients,” said
“WNS Denali’s strategic investments and ongoing improvements help it maintain and advance a very strong leadership position in procurement BPO and transformation services,” said
About WNS Denali
The Global 2000 across industries partner with WNS Denali to transform their procurement and supply chain functions and drive greater stakeholder value.
WNS Denali’s novel approach combines expert resources with leading digital technologies, merging human and artificial intelligence with innovation. WNS Denali enables clients to deliver on their business, financial and sustainability goals and outperform in their markets.
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