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Tue 16 Sep 2014
Jonathan Webb Jonathan Webb

What role does benchmarking have in modern business? How much time should CPOs dedicate to sense-checking their plans with other organisations?

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Mon 15 Sep 2014
Paul Teague Paul Teague

There are at least two competing narratives about how business works. One says that nothing happens in business until someone sells something. The other says nothing happens until someone buys something.

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Fri 12 Sep 2014
David Peraino David Peraino

In this guest post David Peraino, group head of B2B payments at MasterCard, looks at the issue of virtual payments and the benefits they offer both in terms of payment efficiency but also managing supplier relationships.

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Thu 11 Sep 2014
Tom Seal Tom Seal

Gaining cost transparency within indirect categories is a difficult business, but by following a few simple steps you can achieve this and get a complete understanding of cost drivers in some of the most complex of categories.

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Wed 10 Sep 2014
Rhiannon Evans Rhiannon Evans

Bank branches are undergoing a fundamental change and procurement will play a leading role in ensuring the future success of these for the business.

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Mon 08 Sep 2014
Paul Teague Paul Teague

A strong, functioning relationship between procurement and engineering is key to the success of any business. In this post Paul Teague looks at where procurement can begin to build up a new level of understanding and trust with their engineering colleagues.

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Fri 05 Sep 2014
Guy Norwell Guy Norwell

With the increasing emergence of saving tools staff are under increasing pressure to deliver greater savings, particularly in the marketing department.

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Wed 03 Sep 2014
Arun Srinivasan Arun Srinivasan

A fundamental shift is underway in today’s employment landscape. The majority of a company’s workforce no longer consists of long-tenured, full-time employees, whose first job was often the same one as when they eventually retired.

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