It doesn’t take much for economists to get gloomy. Latest reports paint a concerning picture of American business. But, not to worry, procurement folk: there are other reports that present a brighter picture.
If you haven’t yet seen the shortlist for the 2015 Procurement Leaders Awards, I recommend you take a look now because not only does it showcase those companies and individuals at the forefront of procurement but it also reflects very well on our corner of the commercial world.
Focusing on system improvements in procurement is a natural lever for technology and transformation, but unless the benefits are felt by both suppliers and internal stakeholders, the opportunity is only partially realised.
In the US, its time for March Madness: ups and downs, changing circumstances, and a constant need to adjust strategies and tactics. What you need to thrive at this time has parallels in business, especially in procurement.
The idea behind omni-channelling in marketing is that every product / market combination follows a unique set of characteristics in behaviour, location, interest and routine. Procurement is able to follow marketing’s lead by leveraging the available technological options.
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