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Latest blogs about the procurement industry, including procurement policies and procedures, strategy and consultancy.

Top tips for outsourcing IT services in the NHS
How to balance risk and reward when lives are on the line

The NHS is the biggest employer in the UK, and every NHS trust will outsource some element of there IT contracts. How, then, do you choose the right outsourcing provider and, more importantly, how do you ensure value for money?

By Steve Rowland on 6 April 2021

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10 questions to ask before outsourcing services
To ensure a better experience throughout the term of the contract

Outsourcing enables a business to focus on core activities, improve the quality of service whilst reducing life-cycle costs. Here are our ten top things to consider before outsourcing services.

By Steve Rowland on 24 February 2021

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Benchmarking and Contract Renegotiation
How to achieve best value when outsourcing services

Ensuring your outsourcing agreements offer continuous value for money should be of paramount importance to the levels of service you expect. But how can you ensure you’re getting the best deal?

By Mick O'Donnell on 17 February 2021

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How to run effective procurement processes that deliver results
7 key steps to running an effective procurement process

In these economic-driven times, where businesses are looking for every option to drive down costs, an effective procurement strategy is a key mechanism for getting more for less, as well as mitigating risks and creating value.

By Steve Rowland on 10 February 2021

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What can strategic sourcing/procurement teams do to aid COVID-19 recovery?
Procurement in a post-pandemic world

Strategic sourcing or (procurement) teams optimise complicated supplier relationships and help drive business-wide productivity. In our post-COVID19 climate, we explore how sourcing/procurement teams can help organisations manage their ultimate revival.

By Jane Shortall on 4 February 2021

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10 top tips to running tenders more efficiently to save you time
Driving efficiency through best practice processes

Find out how to run tenders more efficiently to save time and create a consistent strategy for future procurement processes.

By Steve Rowland on 14 January 2021

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The benefits of eXceeding Sourcing

Procurement optimisation in the face of an economic downturn
How an optimised procurement process can positively affect your organisation's bottom line

A world-class procurement function aims to optimise the entire sourcing process to deliver significant value across the organisation. But now, we need to consider how we optimise procurement processes as we navigate the socio-economic climate we find ourselves in.

By Steve Rowland on 2 January 2021

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What is outsourcing?
What are the benefits and how can you approach it strategically?

In this blog we discuss the importance of a strategy to ensure that you get the best possible results from your outsourced service providers. We dispel common myths about outsourcing and also consider the many benefits.

By Elesh KhaKhar on 16 December 2020

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The future of procurement is digital; cost optimisation through e-Procurement
How procurement teams can no longer ignore the need to digitalise

Digitalisation through procurement software and platforms will, for many small to medium enterprises (SMEs), or financially struggling public sector bodies, be the difference between sinking or swimming as they start on the road to recovery.

By Steve Rowland on 10 December 2020

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Changes in public procurement post-Brexit
How UK businesses will transact business with the public sector.

In this blog we explore the changes to public sector procurement, post-Brexit, and how UK businesses will transact business with the public sector moving forwards.

By Jane Shortall on 3 December 2020

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