2019 Awards Finalists

2019 Sourcing Awards

View the finalists in each team and individual award category for the 2019 Future of Sourcing Awards. You can view all of the winners in our Winner's Gallery.

Team Categories

Innovations in Sourcing finalists:

  • University of Tennessee – Vested Agreement Online Course Project
  • IBM Corporate Headquarters – Agile Transformation Project
  • Hilton Supply Management – Transforming Hilton into a Procurement Powerhouse Project
  • Microsoft and CDP – Responsible Sourcing Project


Innovations in Outsourcing finalists:

  • PRO Unlimited – Contingent Workforce Optimization Project
  • Denali, A WNS Company –Resizing and Operation. Rightsizing while Building from Scratch Project
  • The Boeing Company – Where the Rubber Meets the Road(map) Project
  • GEP – Leveraging Expert Capabilities and Emerging Technologies to Deliver Multifold Improvements in P2P Project


Innovations in Third Party Management finalists:

  • DBS Bank – DBS Buying Smart Project
  • Fannie Mae – The Power of Portfolios in Third-Party Professional Services Project
  • Bank of Canada and Ontala – “Next Generation” Third Party Risk Management at Bank of Canada Project
  • Sprint Corporation and Ivalua – Custom Implementation of a Procurement Platform


Innovations in Supplier Performance Management finalists:

  • Porsche Cars North America and Zycus – Source-to-Pay Transformation Project
  • Denali, A WNS Company –Resizing and Operation. Rightsizing while Building from Scratch Project
  • Virtual Operations – Automated Customer Service Solution: Unblocking Orders and Unlocking Value
  • VSP Global and Scout RFP – VSP Global and Scout RFP Drive Innovation in Sourcing Project


Innovations in Digitization finalists:

  • TIAA – "Do you want pepperoni with that contract?" Project
  • Fannie Mae and Ivalua – Source-to-Procure Technology
  • Google – Sourcing to Stakeholder Information System
  • University of California, Office of the President – CalUSource Technology Platform


Innovations in Governance and Compliance finalists:

  • The Boeing Company – Fit for Use Process
  • California Water Service Group and ProcureAbility – Mobile Contract Management Standardization Project
  • GEP – SMART by GEP Drives Performance and Compliance for Leading Oil & Gas Company
  • The Boeing Company – Into the Second Century: Evolving Partnerships in Supplier Relationships Project
  • E*TRADE – Vendor Services Risk Identification Project


Innovations in Talent Management finalists:

  • FedEx – Sourcing Playbook Project
  • Cambridge Health Alliance – Development of Supply Chain Analytics Team
  • The Boeing Company – Where the Rubber Meets the Road(map) Project
  • University of Tennessee – University of Tennessee Rethinks How It Teaches Contracting Project


Innovations in Sustainability finalists:

  • Microsoft and CDP – Responsible Sourcing Project
  • Fannie Mae – Drive Sustainability Through Green Financing Project
  • SAP Ariba – Beyond Risk. Driving Social and Environmental Impact Project
  • EcoVadis and Avery Dennison – Making a Material Difference: Collaborating with Suppliers on Sustainability Project


Individual Categories

Rising Star finalists:

  • Ruchi Aswal – SAP Ariba
  • Eric Brumfield – ProcureAbility
  • Joey Foster – IBM
  • Zachary Greenberger – Lyft
  • Morgan Gandee – Belden
  • Siddharth Ramesh – VSP Global
  • Sarah Scudder – Real Sourcing Network (RSN)
  • Toni Tran – PG&E
  • Edmund Zagorin – Bid Ops


Sourcing Star finalists:

  • Sanja Cancar-Todorovic – Manulife
  • William Crane – IndustryStar Solutions
  • Jerry E. Durant – International Institute for Outsource Management (IIOM)
  • Danny Ertel – Vantage Partners
  • Michael Leiken – LendingTree
  • Joseph Martinez – Bank of New York Mellon
  • Mike Morsch – CDK Global
  • Canda Rozier – NTT Data Security
  • Dennis Tupper – Kelly Services
  • Paul McArdle – Hilton Supply Management