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Procurement in 2019 - Shared objectives, shared challenges
In 2019 procurement should look to work with its colleagues in trade finance and the sustainability department. There are numerous shared challenges in which they can support each other
Innovation versus cost-reduction
Former ARYZTA CPO Ed Fuchs talks of the skills and mindset procurement needs to achieve a balance of the two
Using Day One Analysis to drive out value in negotiations
Jonathan O’Brien, author of Negotiation for Procurement Professionals, talks about how Day One Analysis could see you drive more value out of negotiations
How to reduce freight costs in 2017
Ryan Heath, a consultant with Insight Sourcing Group, talks carrier flexibility and cost-optimising routing to help drive down freight costs
The logistics of the shared economy
Sharing storage space and trucks could see savings opportunities ahead for procurement
Agility is the future to procurement success
With volatility in cash flow, external risks and challenging relationships, technology can ensure the function is agile enough to adapt
A return to looking after number one?
Does a price spat between Unilever and Tesco signal the end of collaborative relationships between buyers and suppliers?
The Consequences Of Squeezing The Supply Chain.
Retailers are often named and shamed for trying to squeeze their suppliers but the consequences on small and medium sized enterprises could be more fatal than anyone realises
Communication Key To Driving Value Out Of SME Suppliers.
Initiatives exist to bring minority owned small and medium sized suppliers into the fold but more needs to be done to communicate these to make them aware of them.
Is There Too Much Outsourcing?.
While businesses are looking to outsource more core and non-core spend categories, it may not actually be in the best long-term health benefits of the company.