Blogs

Changes in Public Procurement post-Brexit explained

  • Published on: 15 December 2020
  • By: Hayley Preedy

As many organisations focus on mitigating risk and ensuring business continuity post COVID-19, it has become apparent to us that some are less focused on the impact of Brexit and the changes to how UK businesses will transact business with the Public Sector.

On this basis we thought we’d offer a jargon-free overview of what will change as the Brexit transition period comes to an end.

eXceeding partners with ClearEdge to expand IT Procurement & Cost Optimisation Services to the US.

  • Published on: 16 November 2020
  • By: Tim Bramhall

2020 has been a challenging year for most businesses and eXceeding has continued to support existing and new clients throughout. We have expanded our service offer, bolstered our team of expert Procurement Consultants and grown our associate network to include a wider base of category experts, with an increased focus on IT Managed Services and outsourcing.

How will businesses re-think their approach to outsourcing post-COVID19?

  • Published on: 9 September 2020
  • By: Tim Bramhall

Outsourcing services is a key tool, enabling organisations to focus on their core activities and often improving the quality of the service offered. However, given that businesses are heavily focused on adjusting their supply chains post-COVID19, how might their approach to outsourcing change?

As the construction sector begins on the road to post-Covid recovery, we are seeing an increase in competition for new bids. Are you bid ready?

  • Published on: 25 August 2020
  • By: Tim Bramhall

Like many other sectors, the construction sector has seen a Covid-shaped hole in its pipeline over recent months, resulting in increased demand for fewer new business opportunities. This increase in competition for bids has often led to a less than desirable price war in the tender response process and more importance being placed on the health of supply chains and the ability to demonstrate a focus on mitigating future risks.

There are signs however that the sector is well on its way to recovery.

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