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

Coupa Benchmark Report – How Do Your Savings Stack Up?

Let’s take a final look (for now at least) at the new Coupa 2018 benchmark report titled “12 ways to measure business spend management success”. […]

Useless Procurement KPIs – “Percentage of Spend Competed”

It’s a while since we featured a couple of our favourite candidates for the worst procurement KPIs. The first we covered was the “number of […]

The Most Useless Commonly Used Procurement KPIs – Another Candidate

We had a number of excellent comments on our “worst measures used for procurement” article both here and on Twitter. My next one that I […]

What’s The Most Useless Commonly Used Procurement KPI?

I'm running a workshop on Proving Your Procurement Value next week in Dubai - coming to London too on December - as part of the […]

KPIs Are Like Miniskirts — They Hide a lot More than They Reveal

We are delighted to feature a guest post from Teja Kappagantula of GEP, a leading global provider of consulting, outsourcing and technology solutions to procurement and supply chain […]

“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, How Is Procurement Performing?”

Our website was down most of last Thursday - a major technical hitch - so you may have missed a couple of the excellent articles […]

“Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, How Is Procurement Performing?”

We are pleased to publish this post from Sigi Osagie, a leading expert on effectiveness in Procurement & Supply Chain Management. He is author of […]