Spend Matters welcomes another guest post from NPI, a spend management consultancy, focused on delivering savings in the areas of IT, telecom and transportation. Just […]
The principle of offsets is this: assume a country doesn’t have its own indigenous capacity or capability to manufacture, say, fighter aircraft, so they obviously have to buy from foreign suppliers. But the government making the purchase will (not unreasonably) wish some of that purchase price to be re-invested back into their country.
"For the first time, we have achieved a detailed, accurate, and up-to-date reporting capability enabling visibility and control over spending across the whole of central […]
A few weeks back, I spoke at the Zycus customer conference in New Orleans. The topic of my presentation was: Procurement Today and Tomorrow: From […]
Please click here for Part 1: Transition Suppliers, Part 2: Culling Top Performers, Part 3: The Operational Perspective and Part 4: Tracing Root Cause Bottleneck […]
In the past few months, we've kept Spend Matters PRO subscribers abreast of the developments and planning taking place inside SAP and Ariba following the […]