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Public Spend Forum Europe – Public Procurement Highlights from This Week

Public Spend Forum is dedicated to public sector procurement and aims to be a global community and knowledge network for improving public procurement and the public sector […]

The Amazon Effect: Competition for Procurement Talent

We enjoyed an article on the Spend Matters US site from Nick Lazzara and Naseem Malik, of MRA Global Sourcing. They talk about the “Amazon effect”, not […]

As a B2B Provider, Amazon May Face Up To More CSR-Type Scrutiny

The announcement that Amazon Business is opening up in Germany was interesting, and there is no doubt that the firm has a lot to offer […]

Amazon Supply Chain Innovation – Just Help Yourself!

Back in early December, Amazon announced it was launching Amazon Business in Germany. We covered it briefly; our colleagues in the US also produced this […]

Stop Press. Breaking News! Amazon Launches Business-Dedicated Service in Germany

This morning Amazon announced the launch of Amazon Business, a new, free-to-access service on Gemany's Amazon.de with “everything you love about Amazon, for work.” This […]

Public Spend Matters Europe – Public Procurement Highlights from This Week

Public Spend Matters Europe is dedicated to the exciting and fascinating matters connected with European public sector procurement. As usual, before you think about switching off, it's […]

The Consumerisation of Corporate Systems – New Paper Ready for Download Now

Do you remember those magical days of “green screens” on your computer, and of those lovely P2P systems that required a week long training course […]

Further thoughts on Procserve – Amazon link-up

Last week Procserve, the London-based eProcurement firm, announced its new link up with commerce giant Amazon (see here for our initial coverage). Users of the […]

Procserve and Amazon – a genuinely innovative and exciting development

Procserve are known mainly in the UK public sector community. They run the UK central government’s eMarketplace, as well as similar marketplaces for the Welsh […]