Leading businesses see procurement as a value, not a function
It’s not often that a story about new supply chain management software becomes a feature in a publication as respected as The Wall Street Journal. For that to happen, the deployment of said software has to represent something much more significant or herald a trend of highly compelling proportions.
The European Food & Beverage Market is in a state of turmoil. Increasingly regular headlines are being published around deficiencies in quality standards and growing contamination cases. The reputation and financial damage of these headlines can be critical for any business operating in an already tumultuous industry (as discussed in my previous post).
It's not my fault. It wasnt me. Sound familiar? These are common excuses weve used since childhood. And while they may pass in many circumstances of private life, they dont often fly in the corporate world. Pointing the finger usually doesnt protect shareholder value nor avert corporate reputational damage.
Proxima signs procurement services contract with CSM for management of third-party expenditure
AMSTERDAM, NETHERLANDS - 4 September 2012. Proxima, a leading provider of end-to-end procurement services to global, blue-chip corporations, today announced that it has signed a strategic procurement services contract for third-party expenditure with CSM.
Balancing cost reduction with future demand at Siemens
Dietmar Harteveld [DH], Director of Indirect Material for North West Europe at Siemens discusses how functional calibration and deep stakeholder engagement can help drive savings today and help understand where tomorrow’s value is really coming from.