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  • Blog – November 13, 2014

    5 key skills for procurement leaders

    Being one of the procurement leaders is all about being able to deal with challenging demands. Find out the 5 key traits needed to go from good to great.

  • Blog – November 5, 2014

    Maintaining trust in the procurement process

    Calls to investigate alleged irregularities in public works contracts like those reporting in BMC recently are major news. We look at how to build and maintain trust in the procurement process.

  • Blog – October 28, 2014

    ISRO and eProcurement: out-of-this-world

    How did ISRO put a spacecraft in orbit around Mars for less than the cost of a Hollywood blockbuster? Find out about ISRO and eProcurement.

  • Blog – October 21, 2014

    Why sustainable procurement needs eProcurement

    Sustainable procurement brings a range of benefits but can require a change in approach. See how eProcurement helps deliver sustainability.

  • Blog – October 14, 2014

    Addressing complex public procurement risk

    Complex public procurement projects bring with them a range of specific considerations and challenges. They demand a different approach but with the right planning, resources, methodology and, increasingly, by using the right technology public procurement risk can be addressed and complex projects procured.

  • Blog – September 29, 2014

    3 reasons to move to data-centric eProcurement

    The first wave of eProcurement platforms enabled buyers and sellers to exchange information as documents. Whilst this delivers some efficiency savings, it's only when you move to a data-centric eProcurement system that you see the full potential of eProcurement.

  • Blog – September 24, 2014

    3 key challenges of complex procurement process

    Many organisations are comfortable using eProcurement solution to run straightforward procurement activity. However, real value can be gained from adopting the same technology for complex requirements. In this blog we look at 3 way that a complex procurement process challenges your team and process.

  • Blog – April 17, 2014

    Is Tim Cook’s rise good news for CPOs everywhere?

    Whilst filling the shoes of a leader like Steve Jobs is no easy task, Tim Cook’s rise to the top job at Apple could be good news for CPOs everywhere. Cook’s track record was built in supplier relationships at companies including Compaq and IBM. Does the rise of a former Chief Procurement Officer to one… Read More »