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In Case You Missed It … Procurement and Supply 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 […]

Untangling the Current Procurement Technology Developments for Buyers and Decision Makers

Last month, June 12, we held a webinar discussion with global procurement and supply chain consulting firm, GEP. The topic was ‘Procurement Technology Developments – […]

Procurement Technology Developments – Separating the Hype from the Reality

Next month, June 12, we have a new webinar in association with GEP – a global leader in unified procurement and supply chain solutions for […]

ProcureCon Indirect Highlights – Copenhagen Airport Uses GEP System To Drive Procurement Improvement

Mette Villebro Sievers, Head of Category Management, Contract Management and the Operational Procurement Group at Copenhagen Airport, spoke at ProcureCon Indirect last week. The airport […]

Down The Procurement Fruit Section with CCS, KFC and Gypsy’s Kiss

I have had a couple of pleasant drinks this week but I have not been very diligent with the pictures, so for a change, here […]

Four Steps for Strategic Collaboration Between Marketing and Software Procurement

We welcome this guest post from Jasleen Goindi, Intern (Consulting), at GEP. Jasleen is a full-time MBA student at Michigan State University, pursuing a dual specialisation […]

Prioritising Long-Term Strategic Value over Short-Term Savings

This guest post comes to us from David Yin, Associate Consultant at procurement consulting provider, GEP. 3G Capital, the distinguished private equity firm notable for […]

Supplier Segmentation – The First Step of an Effective SRM Programme

We welcome this guest post from Vikash Sharma Manager at GEP, global provider of Procurement Consulting. Correct supplier segmentation is the initial and integral step for an […]

The “First Offer” Dilemma – When Should You Make the First Offer in Negotiations?

Here is another of our favourite guest posts of 2016 - from Vengat Narayanasamy of GEP. For additional interesting thinking on procurement, please visit the GEP Knowledge […]

The “First Offer” Dilemma – When Should You Make the First Offer in Negotiations?

We are delighted to publish this post from Vengat Narayanasamy of GEP. For additional interesting thinking on procurement, please visit the GEP Knowledge Bank. The conventional wisdom among […]

Procurement Strategy and Enterprise Strategy – Bridging the Divide

We are delighted to bring you this thought-provoking post from Ashwin Kumar. For more interesting thinking on procurement, please visit the GEP Knowledge Bank. September is a […]

CIPS Dinner – Disco Lighting, Past Presidents’ Selfies and Cigarettes for Gunmen

Last night's CIPS dinner was held in a new venue for most of us - the Grand on Northumberland Avenue, just off Trafalgar Square. It […]