Finding genuinely helpful content in the procurement space is easier said than done. Sure, there’s a wealth of outdated information, vague predictions, and thinly veiled sales ads, but not much expert, actionable.
No matter how big or small your business is, you have to be proactive and strategic about your indirect spend. Left unchecked indirect, or “unplanned spend,” can quickly become a formidable obstacle. In today's video,.
Chances are you have at least one area within your category management where you’d like to decrease spend, but you don’t have the time, buying power, or resources to make it happen. Luckily, there is a startlingly.
If you're reading this -- congratulations -- you and your organization are already ahead of your peers. Group Purchasing Organizations (GPOs) are one of those best-kept secrets that all businesses should know about. The.
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If your organization isn't working with a GPO, you may be risking more than you realize. Here are the are the 5 reasons why businesses who don’t join a GPO risk falling behind. Get the details in our SlideShare below.
Your business’s procurement process affects every organizational department and will profoundly impact revenue. Consequently, being able to identify opportunities as they arise to bid on and maintain contracts with.
Procurement is the overarching act of obtaining goods or services and covers a wide process of payment. Underneath the larger procurement umbrella is direct and indirect spending. These two veins of cash flow, when.
Managing supply chain and procurement is one of the best ways a hotelier can increase profits and minimize losses, but it's tough to do it well. A hotel must manage hundreds of SKUs. With so many products to buy, it's.
For many companies, purchasing decisions are handled in-house. With the possible exception of an assistant, the job often rests on the shoulders of one person: the procurement manager. This purchasing professional has a.