ENDEAVOR FOUNDATION FOCUS ON ABILITY WITH JAGGAER ONE
Sydney, Australia – April 28, 2020 : In March 2020, Endeavour Foundation chose JAGGAER, the world’s largest independent spend management company, to help them embark on a project to transform their procurement practices with the JAGGAER ONE Contracts module which includes basic supplier management.
Endeavour Foundation is an independent, not-for-profit organization. As one of the largest NDIS providers in Australia, we support more than 4,000 people with intellectual disability at home, at work and in the community. Our services are essential for the daily life and wellbeing of people with disability. Endeavor supports people with an intellectual disability to live, learn, work and flourish according to their own interests and priorities.
“With JAGGAER ONE, we expect Endeavour to benefit from savings, increased contract compliance, risk reduction, and innovation as we improve supplier performance levels and end-user experience in using procurement contracts,” said Felipe Costa, Group Procurement Manager, Endeavour Foundation. “The friendly and professional JAGGAER APAC team has developed a strong understanding of our procurement requirements. They bring genuine enthusiasm to the work they do, configuring the platform to suit our needs. It is a great benefit to have a local JAGGAER consultant here in Brisbane leading this engagement. “
Scheduled to go live in July, despite the impact of the current pandemic, the JAGGAER ONE Contracts module will allow Endeavour to manage contracts efficiently, enable electronic signatures and simplify renewal reporting. This is welcome news to Endeavour. “With over 1,000 contracts in place, the platform’s contract lifecycle management capabilities will represent a large jump in our capability to manage contracts,” added Felipe.
The basic supplier management component of the JAGGAER ONE Contracts module integrates tightly with Contracts and will deliver visibility and management of over 500 current suppliers to Endeavour. It will also enable formal supplier onboarding and maintenance into the future, all while mitigating risk.
“This implementation is being managed by one of our Brisbane-based consultants, who has joined our growing team of consultants in Sydney (HO), Melbourne, Singapore and Shanghai,” advised Anthony Larratt, Managing Director JAGGAER APAC. “The flexible, modular nature of the JAGGAER ONE platform and the growing APAC support team, ensures the Endeavour Foundation will have the ability to deliver procurement best practices well into the future.”