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Supply chain

Catching Up With The Smart Cube – Part 2

Yesterday we outlined The Smart Cube’s developed proposition since we last spoke to them several years ago. Today, having spoken with co-founder Gautam Singh, we […]

IT Supply Chain Developments and Their Impact on Buying Decisions

Ian Nethercott, MCIPS, Supply Chain Director at IT digital marketplace Probrand,  continues his monthly roundup of the latest movements in the market for IT category buyers. It […]

Another Dry Summer Ahead Threatens UK Wheat and Potato Supply

As we sit in the middle of this unprecedented snap of warm weather in the UK, it seems an apt time to consider extreme weather […]

Procurement With Heart

There should (rightly) be a CSR aspect to commerce; gone should be the days of the ‘show me the money’ attitude with consideration for nothing […]

Veganuary and Its Effect on the Supply Chain

As we near the end of January - the month of consumer veganism - Daniel Ball, Business Development Director at Wax Digital takes a look at […]

Down the Procurement Pub with Queen, Odgers, Brexit, the NHS, HS2 and Miley

It’s not often we can show you a CIPS Past President and Companion of the Bath dressed up as Freddie Mercury, but here we have […]

IT Supply Chain Developments and Their Impact on Buying Decisions

Ian Nethercott, MCIPS, Supply Chain Director at IT digital marketplace Probrand,  continues his monthly roundup of the latest movements in the IT market. Brexit continues to be […]

IT Supply Chain Developments and Their Impact on Buying Decisions

Ian Nethercott, MCIPS, Supply Chain Director at IT digital marketplace Probrand, continues his monthly roundup of the latest movements in the IT market. The autumnal months are now upon us and, while Brexit discussions rage on, the next political milestone will be Phillip Hammond’s Budget – the final announcement before we officially leave the EU. Political events may seem peripheral to IT category buyers but can have a huge impact on areas like currency fluctuations, which in turn then influence end cost. In September, PoundSterlingLive reported that the euro weakened following the Italian budget and we may well see the same happen in the UK, depending on what is announced at the end of October.

Tesco Launches Jack’s – But Aldi Won’t Be Easy To Beat

Tesco recently have launched the first Jack’s low-price store, designed to take on the fast-growing German discounters, Aldi and Lidl, firms that have taken chunks […]

IT Supply Chain Developments and Their Impact on Buying Decisions

Ian Nethercott, MCIPS, Supply Chain Director at IT digital marketplace Probrand,  continues his monthly roundup of the latest from the IT market. It was one […]

Cervest – Crop Forecasting Using AI For The Greater Good

A few weeks ago, I met up with Peter Wortsman, who is Chief Commercial Officer of Cervest, a genuinely interesting and unique new business, which […]

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 […]