This guest blog comes from our Beyond the Bolt Webinar host, Jon Hansen. As the Editor and lead writer for the Procurement Insights Blog, Jon Hansen has written nearly 3,000 articl...more
Sign up to our upcoming webinar here. “Back in 2008 Oracle’s Larry Ellison said that “we have redefined cloud computing to include everything that we already do.” Dis...more
Spend Matters have released their 2018 SolutionMap helping procurement professionals keep on top of the latest technology developments and trends within Procurement Technology Solu...more
The I-Adapt report. It is an independent assessment into the development of auctions as a purchasing tool. This study ultimately determines the impact of Online Auctions on the buy...more
Ed Cross, Executive Director of leading procurement consultancy Odesmashares his thoughts on why companies should be choosing procurement consultancies to help their business. ...more
This article is a short analysis of the Modern Slavery Act 2015. For further information, I have included some useful links at the bottom of the post. Background Last year, the...more
Supply Management recently posted an article by Nick Drewe of Market Dojo outlining some top 10 tips for running an eSourcing event, based on his experience of using an eSourcing t...more
Thinking of becoming more strategic? How should you adapt your organisational structure? Some time ago one of our client's was asking the same questions. We sat down and worked thr...more
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