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Tue 07 Jun 2016
Charlie Bradshaw Charlie Bradshaw

In this guest post, Charlie Bradshaw, founder and CEO of Matrix, discusses the potential of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to shake up the procurement landscape

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Mon 06 Jun 2016
Rachel Sharp Rachel Sharp

A group of executives met in London for the first Supplier-Enabled Innovation Center (SEIC) Accelerator Program, to discuss the dos and don’ts to successful SEI. Here's what we found out.

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Fri 03 Jun 2016
Tim Burt Tim Burt

You might be saving the business money when you squeeze suppliers but behind them are people trying to pay their own bills.

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Thu 02 Jun 2016
Harry John Harry John

What happens when blockchain contracts go wrong? Soon, we may find out.

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Tue 31 May 2016
Giles Breault Giles Breault

We all have professional roles: CPO, head of category management, VP supply chain, and so on. Yet, very often these titles end up defining us as individuals and not distinguishing us versus many others that might hold similar jobs.

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Fri 27 May 2016
James Jenkinson James Jenkinson

As seasoned procurement professionals know, tracking and modelling a global supply chain is an extremely complex task as is the ability to utilise those numerous data streams in one place.

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Thu 26 May 2016
Maggie Slowik Maggie Slowik

The debate around talent continues to swill. At the recent World Procurement Congress business executives came together to think of some answers to the questions that have been posed by this challenge.

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Thu 26 May 2016
Aaron Mo Aaron Mo

Procurement can prepare itself in advance for volatility across the vast majority of goods it buys. That can be done in a few different ways but one of the most effective is a STEEPLE analysis.

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Wed 25 May 2016
Tim Burt Tim Burt

The 2016 World Procurement Congress saw a coming together of some of the leading figures in procurement and they shared their thoughts on what the future holds for the function

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Mon 23 May 2016
Niul Burton Niul Burton

Many procurement teams now manage contingent and outsourced labour programs. It is imperative that the procurement function understand and assess the inherent risks of this population when considering these telling trends.

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