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Supplier Information Management

SAP InfoNet – genuine innovation in supplier risk and information management

Everybody knows SAP. The grand-daddy of the ERP and procurement software world. Designed for manufacturing businesses initially. Solid, inflexible, a bit slow, resource intensive in […]

Purchasing Pumas – Supplier Information Management needed (not CATegory Management)

We’ve written before about the growing need for supplier information, and therefore supplier information management. One of the drivers for this is the need to […]

More on GXS Rollstream – get closer to your supply base

We gave an introduction to Rollstream last week, now part of the GXS product suite. We met the founder of Rollstream, Nick Parnaby, recently, and […]

Achilles get supplier information management on track with train deal (sorry…)

Jason Busch paid a flying visit to the UK last week so we had a couple of days to rush around and meet people, drink […]

Supply chain risk and Apple back in the news as the river runs black

It's a bit of a downer for a Friday afternoon, but an article in the Times yesterday (behind the paywall unfortunately) caught our attention. Here's […]

Balancing internal & external service provision – a recipe for procurement success (part 1)

We’ve got another newly published Spend Matters Research Paper to tell you about this week - “How to balance internal and external service provision – […]

Trade Interchange – a straightforward solution for supplier information management?

Here is the third in this week's series of "new" solution providers - Trade Interchange, with a product poisitioned right in a current "hot spot" […]