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What is the future of eProcurement?
Here is a selection of articles looking at procurement in the future. We look at how developments in technology are allowing companies to integrate their supply chains, gain spend visibility and collaborate more effectively with their customers and suppliers.
As featured in the ‘The 10 Most Innovative Procurement Solution Providers’ article published in the September 2017 Insights Success Magazine, Claritum discuss the drive for a New Wave of Easy-to-use Procurement Products… Procurement of relatively low cost,...read more
As 2016 kicks off it’s worth taking a looking at the technologies that are continuing to disrupt the traditional procurement space. For procurement professionals and forward thinking procurement service providers, staying ahead of technology is critical to achieving...read more
The procurement process is changing. Organisations seeking to maintain a competitive advantage in today’s business environment must ensure they have the right procurement tools and processes in place to take them into 2015 and beyond. What will procurement in 2015...read more
How can Print Service Providers (PSPs) make themselves stand out in order to win more tenders? What delivers value from third party spend for brand managers and marketing services procurement? Effective processes, quality, speed to market, brand consistency,...read more
Companies involved in procurement are looking at new ways to collaborate, innovate and knowledge share. Among the tools being looked at by procurement professionals are bespoke social media platforms to connect customer and supplier R&D departments to encourage...read more
How is procurement technology changing and what do organisations need to do in order to stay ahead of the competition.read more
This article is about the future of procurement and the dramatic changes organisations face as they try to stay ahead of their competitors.read more
The “digital company” that utilises the “internet of things” will lead supply chain innovation over the next decade, a conference was told. Noha Tohamy, research vice president at Gartner, said the internet of things (devices that are connected to each other) was...read more