Procurement Centers of Excellence (CoE) – What’s in Them and How to Set Them Up [PRO]

- June 19, 2014 2:30 AM | Categories: Procurement Research, Procurement Strategy & Planning
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Nearly all progressive organizations have some sort of Procurement CoE (Center of Excellence). A Procurement CoE is an internal entity that performs internally facing knowledge-based services on a one-to-many basis to procurement (and to broader stakeholders) in order to drive scale, repeatability, and best practice. What we’re talking about is the industrialization of the Procurement portfolio of services. In this Spend Matters PRO article, we will investigate 14 procurement competencies that are being enabled and improved in a Procurement CoE. We will evaluate the relative priorities across these based on some recent research and provides insight on how a Procurement CoE can not only make procurement processes more effective, but also align with broader enterprise services delivered in a “Global Business Services (GBS)” environment.

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