Gatewit in the Magic Quadrant for Strategic Sourcing Application
As an industry-independent analyst, Gartner has published a study on the eProcurement Solutions market – 2013 Magic Quadrant for Strategic Sourcing Application Suites – where it evaluated suppliers of Procurement solutions in a technical and business area.
In this study we evaluated solutions such as: Spend Analysis, Public Sourcing and Contract Management.
Magic Quadrant – Gatewit in the Visionaries Position
Gatewit was positioned in the “Visionary” Quadrant as one of the three largest international suppliers of electronic contracting platforms. Gatewit was recognized for its sustained customer base, its strong focus on Research and Development, innovative applications and know-how specialized in the eProcurement sector.
Gatewit as a market leader in Portugal was chosen by IDC Portugal to conduct a report on electronic contracting. The report aimed to show the panorama of electronic contracting in Portugal, a well-known example in Europe in terms of the implementation and use of electronic platforms.
Gatewit has played an important role in implementing and supporting the deployment of electronic platforms, coributing to the success of the adoption of electronic contracting in public and private organizations. Currently Gatewit’s electronic platforms support the Portuguese Public Administration, providing more than 2316 public entities, considered an important case study for IDC’s research project.
According to the study conducted by Nielsen, the electronic procurements platforms with greater ease of use and performance, reveal higher satisfaction rates. Nielsen conducted a study of 140 national entities using e-platforms, in which Gatewit achieved a global satisfaction rating of 91% and a positive evaluation index in all indicators, with the main factors of differentiation being the Technological Capacity, training, and Customer Management.
Due to the high satisfaction of its customers and employees, Gatewit has received the following awards and recognition