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Should Procurement Be Negotiating Harder With Oracle?

The Register (and other sources) reported recently on a fascinating case that highlighted a number of issues – the commission paid to software sales people […]

Spend Matters 50/50: Oracle – A Provider to Know in 2015

We announced here and here our two (not ranked) lists: Spend Matters 50 To Know and 50 To Watch firms for 2015/2016. In the first case, […]

The Smith Hierarchy of Stakeholder Needs to Be Launched at Enrich / Oracle Event

Less than a week now to the Oracle / Enrich event next Tuesday morning (February 10th) at 10am in the Oracle offices just off Moorgate […]

Procurement Strategy and Organisation – the Subtle Drivers to Consider

Everyone knows that the procurement’s strategy and organisational structure (which are obviously closely aligned) must follow the wider organisation’s strategy. If there is an organisational […]

Procurement Organisation and Structure – Free Event with Oracle and Enrich

Back in October, I spoke at a successful “Modern Procurement” event held by Oracle and Enrich, looking at Social Media and procurement. You will of […]

Social Media and Why Procurement People Should Be Adopting It (part 1)

At the recent ProcureCon Europe event, there was as always a Twitter hashtag, so we could see what other delegates were saying and make some […]

Social Media and Procurement – not to mention Zoella and Tinder

Next week, Thursday the 9th of October to be precise, at 2.30pm in the City of London, I’m speaking at an event run by Oracle […]

Basware and Oracle disappoint investors

We covered Basware’s last annual results here, and also the release of their impressive new spend analytics solution here. But a couple of weeks ago, Basware […]