RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – February 7, 2019 – JAGGAER, the world’s largest independent spend management company, today announces that the company has hit multiple milestones and is the most highly utilized spend management solution within higher education institutions in North America. JAGGAER currently manages over $ 50 billion in spend for 650+ colleges and campuses in the United States alone, as well as schools in the UK, EU, AU and MENA. JAGGAER also has extensive market penetration with Canadian schools and has been adopted by community colleges and K-12 systems throughout the United States.
JAGGAER is providing spend management solutions to 86% of the Big Ten conference schools, 70% of the Big Twelve, 80% of Ivy League, 72% of the top 25 research universities and 80% of the Carnegie higher research schools in the United States .
JAGGAER higher education customers include Queens University of Ontario, University of California System, University of Cincinnati, Florida Polytechnic, University of Colorado, Eastern Kentucky University, Dallas Community College District, University System of New Hampshire, Florida International University, over 100 schools in Texas alone including Texas A&M system, Texas Tech system and KIPP Houston. Additionally JAGGAER’s higher education customers dominated the 2018 National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO) awards.
JAGGAER has been the provider of choice for higher education institutions for over 20 years and was an early developer of solutions designed specifically for the needs of the industry. JAGGAER conducted the first installations of on-premises procurement management software in schools across the country, before evolving to the current cloud-based, SaaS spend management solutions suite. The market penetration shows in JAGGAER’s numbers.
“JAGGAER’s solution enables us to pull data from many different sources, including our marketplace, our ERP tool, P-cards and travel cards, to get a full view of our spend,” says Sandy Hicks, University of Colorado Associate Vice President and Chief Procurement. “It’s important to pick the right partners. We look for innovation, potential enterprise-wide impact, mutual goals, and suppliers who are willing to innovate by demonstrating that they are tops in their field, ”she adds.