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Supply chain

How harnessing data analytics can reduce procurement fraud

We are pleased to publish this post from Andrew King, Co-Founder and CTO of business intelligence firm Qynn. While procurement’s main objective has and always […]

John Penrose MP Speaks at ValueX – Rebooting capitalism and how procurement can make a difference

Peter Smith comments on the keynote from the SAP Ariba and SAP Fieldglass ValueX event last week. The event was held at the headquarters of […]

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 […]

Fulfillment Robotics at Amazon Business and their symphony with our future workplace

Earlier this month we attended the first ever Amazon Business conference (Amazon Business Exchange – ABX) held in London. We wrote an overview article highlighting […]

Busy Bees Childcare Streamlines Ad-Hoc Procurement and Increases Productivity with Amazon Business

Busy Bees Childcare is the largest provider of childcare services in the UK and Ireland, with 375 centres in operation, and a growing presence across […]

eWorld Procurement and Supply Autumn Conference Overview

Once we’d beaten the driving rain on our journey to eWorld Procurement and Supply yesterday, the sight of the Grand Connaught Rooms off Covent Garden […]

Deliveroo Moving in on Food Procurement

The news that Deliveroo is offering restaurants a procurement service is fascinating. ‘Food Procurement,’ claims to offer big savings on raw ingredients, as well as […]

Boardmasters Cancellation Raises Risk and Supply Chain Issues

We are delighted to feature a guest post from erstwhile Spend Matters Europe MD – Peter Smith. Last Tuesday, the Boardmasters music festival in Newquay, […]