2019 Awards Finalists

2019 Sourcing Awards

View the finalists in each team and individual award category for the 2019 Future of Sourcing Awards.

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