The Procurement and Sourcing Benchmark Report
Each year we cull through thousands of projects to gather useful insights about costs, collaboration, vendor management, and more. You'll see data that includes print projects, direct mail, digital work, and more across a variety of industries around the world.
Download your copy of this essential benchmark to help with your own planning efforts and budgeting.
- Results come from more than 175,000 projects including print, digital, and direct mail
- Insights include average cost per project, team size, duration, change orders, and more
- Compare your company's procurement and production efforts to industry averages
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There's a Reason Big Name Brands Depend on SaaS solutions from Noosh for Content Marketing Procurement
Noosh provides a cloud-based platform for the procurement and management of marketing materials, including content marketing projects. Our solution has been used for more than 175,000 projects just last year for a total spend of more than $1.6 billion. Noosh enterprise software makes it possible for procurement professionals and marketers to collaborate and deliver projects at more competitive prices, in less time, and with higher quality.
Using Noosh, your entire enterprise communications strategy can be managed on a single platform. From content planning and marketing procurement to customer engagement and analysis, Noosh products work on printed content and digital alike to help ensure content is delivering a consistent conversation with prospects and customers.
Using SAP for your financials? Ariba for purchasing? Noosh has over 60 integrations with other enterprise systems. This means marketing will never be a silo again, and everyone will have visibility into project costs, access to centralized digital assets, hooks for proofing and compliance checks, and more.
Noosh excels at providing critical insights about procurement projects including cost analysis, vendor ratings, project turn times, and more. Team members never have to slow down when department heads need answers fast. It's right there on their own private dashboard.