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Sourcing

Ensuring Supplier Transparency in Uncertain Times – D&B Supply Chain Risk Report

We are pleased to feature this guest post from Chris Laws, Head of Product Development - Supply & Compliance at Dun & Bradstreet. Supply chain […]

Per Angusta: a Laser-Like Focus on Managing the Sourcing Pipeline

“Can you imagine a Sales function without SalesForce or another CRM system? Yet those of us working in Procurement more often than not work without […]

Ivalua in Paris – Painting an Impressive Picture

As promised we have more coverage from Ivalua Now which took place in Paris last week. Peter Smith returns to share his thoughts ...  Last […]

Ivalua Now Paris: A Huge Success and a Testament to their Growth

Spend Matters analyst, Michael Lamoureux, attended Ivalua's annual conference in Paris last week. Here, he shares his experience and learnings with us.  I knew that […]

In Case You Missed It … P2P Market Roundup

We can't comment on every press release that hits our desks, but here are a few market news stories this week that we thought we […]

Direct Materials Procurement – Does Europe Have A Market That North America Doesn’t?

Procurement industry expert and Spend Matters founder, Jason Busch, has been putting the deepest reaches of the ‘procurement tech market’ segment of his brain to […]

Peter Smith at eWorld – Identifying the Right Procurement Solutions and Providers in a Shifting Market

If you are going to be at eWorld next week, one presentation not to be missed is Procurement Technology: A Paradigm Shift In How We […]

A New Journey For Scanmarket – What Lies Ahead

We wrote, when news broke at the end of last week, that leading Nordics-based strategic e-sourcing provider Scanmarket had announced the sale of 90% of […]

The Five Principles of Sourcing – Spend Matters Top Papers

In the run up to Christmas and my passing over the Spend Matters UK/Europe reins, we’ve been featuring some of the briefing papers I’ve written […]

Are You Prepared for Brexit? Really!

Deloitte and SAP Ariba are publishing a series of articles on the Digitalist website around the theme of Brexit and how organisations should be preparing […]

Jaggaer Product Roadmap – Somewhat Complex But Also Pretty Smart

Let’s take you back to last week’s Jaggaer Rev customer event in Munich. From the firm’s point of view, one big goal of the event […]

“You’re Too Expensive” – The Ethics Of Lying To Suppliers

We wrote about Japanese auctions here and the ethics of not telling a supplier when their “bid” is the lowest, but instead allowing them to […]