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Spend Matters 50/50: IBX/Capgemini – A Provider to Watch in 2015

We announced here and here our two (not ranked) lists: Spend Matters 50 To Know and 50 To Watch firms for 2015/2016. In the first case, […]

Spend Matters 50/50: Enrich – A Provider to Know in 2015

We announced here and here our two (not ranked) lists: Spend Matters 50 To Know and 50 To Watch firms for 2015/2016. In the first case, […]

Staging a Bold Retreat — A Bird’s Eye View of the Optimisation Market

A recent article by Garry Mansell, CEO Trade Extensions, of TESS™ (world-class sourcing and optimisation platform) fame, stated: "industry as a whole, and managers as a species, […]

Spend Matters 50 To Watch — Verian

Following the launch of the Spend Matters 50 to Know and 50 to Watch, our US site has started running through all the providers to give the reasoning behind their inclusion. These are brilliant short summaries of each company’s offerings, and will be of great value for many readers. Here we review Verian.

Spend Matters 50 to Know — Hubwoo

Following the launch of the Spend Matters 50 to Know and 50 to Watch, our US site and our colleagues there have started running through all the providers to give the reasoning behind their inclusion. These are brilliant short summaries of each company’s offerings, and will be of great value for many readers. We are adding our comments about the firms and giving you the link to the US post to read the whole commentary. Here we review Hubwoo.

Integrated ERP Procurement Myth – unraveling the spaghetti strands

In Pierre Mitchell's remarkable article (with opinion, insight, thought-leadership, analysis and recommendations all rolled into one), "Don’t Fall for the Myth of Integrated ERP Procurement" - Pierre takes the lid off the tin of spaghetti that twists and turns around ERP. He talks about its value, integration and relationship with procurement, the major players clouding the water and the good old procurement/IT who-knows-best debate. This article is an absolute must-read for anyone already using SAP/Ariba, since it outlines the what-comes-next scenario for the largest ERP and, previously largest, best-of-breed vendor. And for those not using it, any organisation purchasing technology will benefit from this frank and informative look at the issues around 'being proactive and not outsourcing your Procurement Information Architecture / strategy.'

Enrich aim to make Oracle a more attractive procurement proposition

You may remember the news in February that e-Three, the UK based procurement consulting and services firm, were merging with enrich IT, a larger US […]

Wallmedien – adding procurement capability to ERP

Wallmedien are a German software firm who are beginning to make waves in other countries, including the USA, leading to a recent and detailed analysis […]