March 21, 2017
Procurement Leaders See Significant Impact from Cloud, Analytics, Robotic Process Automation, Cognitive and Mobile Computing, But Significant Gaps Exist in Strategy & Talent

While procurement leaders are almost universally aware of the potentially dramatic impact of digital transformation on the way they deliver services, few are confident that they have the necessary strategy, talent and competencies in place, according to new Key Issues research from The Hackett Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: HCKT). The result is a gap between procurement's transformation agenda and enterprise-level digital transformation priorities, and the risk that this gap may widen.

March 16, 2017
Despite High Expectations for Digital Transformation Led by Cloud, Analytics, Robotic Process Automation, Cognitive & Mobile, IT & Other Business Services Areas See Low Capability to Execute

A wide confidence gap exists between the high expectations for digital transformation's business impact and the low perception of the business's capability to execute digital transformation, according to newly-released Key Issues research from The Hackett Group, Inc.

February 21, 2017
The Hackett Group Announces Launch Of The Hackett Institute for Enterprise Analytics

The Hackett Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: HCKT) today announced the launch of The Hackett Institute for Enterprise Analytics, a comprehensive training and certification offering designed to enable professionals across the enterprise to improve their mastery of the analytics techniques and tools necessary to effectively analyze, predict and influence business performance.

February 16, 2017
Top Supplier Diversity Programs Broaden Value Proposition To Drive Increased Market Share, Other Revenue Opportunities

Virtually all diversity suppliers meet or exceed expectations, and top corporate performers in supplier diversity experience no loss in efficiency, according to new research from The Hackett Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: HCKT). In addition, they see improved quality and often extract other benefits, including increased market share and access to new revenue opportunities. The research challenges the attitude of many business leaders, who worry that dedicating resources to supplier diversity will divert attention from other strategic activities.