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Announcing the SAP Sustainable Procurement Awards

Readers may remember a Spend Matters paper for SAP Ariba last year titled “Making a Positive Impact on Organisations, Human Rights and Communities – Procurement […]

Happy Halloween – and Scary Stuff at ValueX

Last year, consumer research firm Mintel predicted the UK would spend £419 million on Halloween, up by 5% from the year before, on sweets/chocolate, costumes […]

Learn about the Circular Economy at ValueX this month

The circular economy as a concept has many attractions. Few people can be unaware of the environmental challenges the world faces, as Extinction Rebellion hits […]

Meet the Experts and Be Inspired at Sap Ariba’s ValueX

Post summer event season is now well under way with a hugely well-received new entry onto our calendars last week with DPW (Digital Procurement World). The […]

Official IT Partner to Social Enterprise UK – SAP Ariba on Procurement as a Force for Good

In April this year, SAP revealed its plans to do more to support the UK government’s Buy Social Initiative and promote ethical firms (by making […]

Procurement with Purpose Continues to Gain Pace

SAP Ariba Live

We attended the SAP Ariba Live event earlier this month, but we couldn't make the Sustainability Summit that preceded it, however, our good friend and ex-colleague […]

SAP Ariba Live Day 2 – Some Excellent Responses to Some Very Tricky Questions

Following on from the article from our ex-colleague and contributor Peter Smith yesterday, Day 2 is as impressive and big as Day 1. There really […]

Government Crackdown on Late Payers Who Breach the PPC – Comments from the Experts

In breaking news today the UK Government has taken a firm hand with some big-name firms who have consistently broken the late payment code. Names, […]

‘Buying From Social Enterprises’ Initiative – SAP and Ariba Get On Board

SAP is the latest big tech company to endorse British firms opening up their markets to social enterprises, for the social good. Just last week it announced its partnership with Social Enterprise UK to promote ethical firms, and make it even easier for organisations to find and do business with certified social enterprises on its world-leading trading platform –  Ariba® Network – where £2 trillion is spent annually.