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Are you doubting your routing?

This article outlines how transport routing and scheduling technologies have evolved, what benefits organisations are enjoying from these solutions and ...

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What does successful sales & operations planning (s&op) look like?

Sales & Operation Planning evaluates projections for demand, supply and the resulting financials to achieve a consensus on a single operating plan. Irrespective of organisation’s ...

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How do I control my tail spend?

Organisations are becoming increasingly aware of the value in managing their tail spend. Yet still many are unsuccessful in their attempts to extract value on an ongoing basis.

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How can you simplify the payment process for low value transactions?

Many organisations are not leveraging the new purchasing card options available to minimise processing times, increase efficiencies and data granularity and align invoice ...

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How reducing your inventory can improve customer service

Many organisations struggle to strike the right balance between inventory investment and delivering great customer service. Whether you are a retailer, wholesaler, manufacturer or in a...

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How do I take the sting out of software vendor initiated audits?

Controlling your IT software asset estate is a challenge for most organisations. Get it right and you are a good corporate citizen whilst optimising value and mitigating risks of an unlicensed ...

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Four tips about your fuel surcharge

Freight charges depend on many factors such as mode of transport, dimensions and weight of cargo, and distance to the delivery destination. Cost structures vary substantially and ...

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What are the hidden costs of your freight quotes and invoices?

International fuel prices fluctuate and lead to unstable costs for the transport industry. A fuel surcharge is used as a transparent method to accommodate these up-and-down movements, ...

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Is your supply chain infrastructure keeping up?

A principal supply chain challenge is to create an infrastructure that supports business growth aspirations and services requirements of customers, while providing a...

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BPO – the next frontier in supply chain management

Supply chain leaders are constantly challenged to take costs out while maintaining or improving customer service in an environment where that service is increasing in complexity to win in the marketplace. Many organisations have begun ...

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On the same page when it comes to fundamentals of sourcing print?

Print can be a complex category and being conscious of the fundamentals is critical to ensuring you get the most out of any print review. This infographic ...

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Keys to unlocking wealth from waste

Procurement functions are facing increasing pressure to deliver benefits. Beyond strategic sourcing, there are categories including waste that have been traditionally left unmanaged leaving potential saving opportunities in the bin. This infographic ...

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How should you go about selecting the right procurement technology for your business?

Technology is a key enabler for improving the effectiveness and efficiency of procurement. Selecting the most suitable procurement technology is a major challenge. Many criteria need to be evaluated, ...

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Four key strategies for reducing your facilities spend

As one of the top five costs for most organisations, it is critical to get the best trade-off between cost and performance from your facilities spend. The more effectively an ...

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How to reduce the investment in printers and still keep up with the latest technology

Traditional supply models for multi-functional devices, printers and related consumables, link supplier profits directly to the volume of pages that their customers print and the amount ...

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Why should procurement care about spend analysis?

Spend analysis is a key enabler for successful procurement departments when a company’s spend data is consolidated and enriched to provide actionable insights and effective ...

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