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Direct and Indirect Spend cause a divergence within Procurement. With significantly different needs, spend profiles and challenges associated with them.
Bath, UK (July 9, 2019) – Claritum, today took part in the he 4th UK-U.S. Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) Dialogue event. The event brings SMEs and stakeholders together with government officials to identify ways to deepen UK–U.S. trade and investment ties and strengthen cooperation.
This short 2 minute video is a fun way of looking at the world of Procurement. Highlighting the many complex aspects of the Procurement function.
Bath, UK (June 25, 2019) – Claritum, together with Setsquared and the University of Southampton Business School, has secured an Impact Acceleration Award* focused on using AI Data Analytics to identify issues, gain better spend visibility and make faster business decisions.
This article provides a condensed tabular version of the current Procurement challenges broken down by procurement domains (categories)
Bath, UK (June 11, 2019) – Claritum, a provider of cloud based spend management solutions, today announced that Heineken has been added to the many brands procuring marketing goods and services through our Cloud solution.
The number of employees procuring outside of any formal procurement structure is increasing. This increase driven by the many marketplace services available in the cloud and the ease of purchase and familiarity of these Marketplaces.
Bath, UK (June 3, 2019) – Claritum, a provider of cloud based spend management solutions, today announced that they have extended their integration with SAP to include additional functionality on the integration of SAP SRM (Supplier Relationship Management)
Procurement is a complex multidisciplinary team activity, that crosses all areas of the business, and is the key focal point for maximising profit.
Claritum, a provider of cloud based spend management solutions, today announced the addition of new talent into the team.
The goal of automation in procurement should be to speed up processes and free employees from repetitive time consuming administration. This will enable staff to focus on higher value tasks.
There are a lot of articles around on what Procurement needs to do; how Procurement needs to change; and how technology will fundamentally change Procurement. Rather than repeat these and try to tell you what you already know, that change is a good thing if it produces better results. This article summarises, as a table, technology areas that impact on Procurement that you might need to investigate.