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Procurement strategy

Public Spend Forum – Public Procurement Highlights from this Week

Public Spend Forum (PSF) is a public sector procurement global community and market intelligence platform dedicated to improving public procurement and the public sector market. It […]

How Does UK Procurement Perceive the Impact of Automation, Digitisation and Trade Patterns?

On June 5th The Economist Intelligence Unit in conjunction with Basware published a new report called “What’s Now and Next for Finance and Procurement?” It […]

Six Procurement Truths for the New Year (Part 2)

Continuing with some “final” high-level thoughts from me – points one to three are here. If you remember nothing of my writing but these six […]

Six Procurement Truths for the New Year

I wanted to write something deeply meaningful here before I go and pack up my Managing Editor of Spend Matters UK/Europe kitbag … but this […]

Three Occasions when Procurement Should Spend More – Spend Matters Top Papers

In the run up to Christmas and my passing over the Spend Matters UK/Europe reins, we’ve been featuring some of the briefing papers I’ve written […]

Another Brexit Referendum? Yet Another Scenario For Procurement to Consider!

We’ve stayed off the politics of Brexit here, in part because I was lucky enough personally to forget to register for a postal vote, hence […]

Brexit is Coming! What Does Procurement Need to be Doing Now?

One fears that the reaction to any mention of Brexit today (in the UK at least) will either be a sigh or perhaps a diatribe, […]

Procurement Value – It’s Not All About Savings

We’re less than a week away from our webinar in conjunction with Coupa Software,  on Tuesday September 25th, titled "Procurement Delivers Value in Eight Ways […]

Cost Reduction Is Not Enough – Defining Procurement and Corporate Value

I’ve been thinking and writing about “procurement value” in the past few weeks, lining up a new briefing paper and webinar that we’ll tell you […]