ProcurementIQ is a market intelligence partner providing a comprehensive range of products and services that meet the specific needs of procurement departments and their clients.
We were founded in 2013, originally as IBISWorld Procurement, to meet the specific needs of procurement practitioners and departments. In 2018, we changed our name to ProcurementIQ to better reflect our commitment to the procurement departments we serve. The company remains a division of IBISWorld Inc, a global industry and market research firm.
ProcurementIQ offers a suite of products and services that cater directly to solving your problems, like achieving cost avoidance targets, improving speed to market, training and upskilling employees, centralizing category knowledge in your department and building relationships with stakeholders.
IBISWorld, including ProcurementIQ, has offices in the United States (Los Angeles and New York), Melbourne, London, Frankfurt and Beijing.
Learn more about how ProcurementIQ solutions can address your needs and impact your department:
What Makes Us Different?
Unlike many other research solutions on the market today, ProcurementIQ caters directly to procurement professionals. Our research follows a consistent table of contents, meaning you can easily find what you need. We address seven common steps in the procurement process, with actionable insights to guide you through purchasing any of the 1,000+ categories we cover. And, as a member, you have a dedicated account manager to leverage for project-specific advice, training, and improving end user understanding and use of the reports.
Who Do We Serve?
Market intelligence, custom research services and the RFP Builder have application and value across all types of organizations, including enterprise corporations, small-to-medium businesses, universities, non-profits and public entities and utilities. Browse our selection of case studies to see how a variety of clients have leveraged ProcurementIQ for success.
ProcurementIQ is the collective result of a talented team of analysts, editors, sales, client services, management and support members who all have one goal of serving the specific needs of procurement departments through our expertise. If you are interested in joining this amazing group of people, check out the open positions in our Los Angeles office.
Building the New Normal in Procurement
The rise of the coronavirus has turned procurement on its head. Which practices will manage to break the surface?
Financial Matters: Understanding Financial Statements
Companies’ financial statements are packed with numbers and figures that may seem confusing at first glance. While taking a templated approach to analyzing financial statements is an easy way to help procurement staff evaluate such dense documents a one-size-fits-all approach could cause procurement staff to misinterpret outliers.
Coming up Short? Managing Skilled Labor Shortages
ProcurementIQ breaks down the key factors exacerbating the skilled labor shortage and highlights strategies firms can employ to bolster their labor force and get affected supply chains back on track.