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As part of adi Group’s highly complex procurement review, we conducted a full analysis of their current spend, processes, suppliers, contracts and risk. This resulted in a consistent procurement strategy, with cost savings in excess of £0.5million.
BGL Group approached eXceeding to help them to develop a formal procurement strategy along with detailed processes and procedures consistent with a new Procure to Pay (P2P) system.
eXceeding was engaged to handle complex exit negotiations as well as providing an experienced, onsite team to manage the transition to the new IT service provider.
eXceeding supported CCS in a full review of its incumbent BPO contract, to improve long-term supplier deliverables such as KPIs, SLAs and service credits.
CRFCA’s asked us to run a OJEU compliant tender process for the procurement of IT support and infrastructure services. We managed the entire process, working closely with their internal stakeholders.
eXceeding’s role was to define the procurement strategy and the process, whilst working with their IT and procurement teams to support their inhouse work streams.
Through engaging eXceeding, they were able to benefit from significant cost savings across their IT and WAN outsourcing providers.
The National Procurement Hub approached eXceeding for help to devise and implement a national, category level procurement strategy.
Kingsdale initially contracted eXceeding in 2015 and we went on to run multiple procurements in technology and building works.
A leading new university in the UK approached eXceeding for help to tender for fire safety services with a local SME organisation.
This London borough council approached eXceeding for help in awarding and managing the contracts across the care, maintenance and regeneration of it’s park areas.
This university sought eXceeding’s higher-level procurement expertise to deliver two large outsourcing contract procurements in IT and Facilities Management.
eXceeding was engaged to implement a new, highly integrated CRM and ticketing system to replace multiple legacy technologies under Public Contracts Regulations 2015.
The NEU wanted to ensure that their replacement WAN was procured in a transparent, fair and auditable process, ensuring best value for the organisation and its members.
Origin Housing asked eXceeding to manage the procurement process to enable them to outsource critical services.
SIPS initially engaged eXceeding back in 2015 after identifying risks which could potentially challenge the availability of critical services.
This further education provider approached eXceeding for help to re-contract directly with its incumbent supplier for specialist cleaning services.
One of the UK’s top five ‘Magic Circle’ law firms contacted eXceeding looking for help with its IT benchmarking and contract renegotiation requirements.
Unicef UK engaged us to complete a full procurement review to explore how they could optimise procurement activities across the organisation and to analysis cost reduction opportunities.
This university approached eXceeding for help to transition its FM provision from multiple, disparate suppliers to a more straightforward, Total FM contract with one single supplier.
WorldRemit approached us to assess their procurement function and review spend, following a period of rapid growth. They wanted us to establish whether they were efficient, or if it was time to revise internal processes.
YMCA St Pauls appointed eXceeding to review multiple contracts they had in place to run 28 buildings. Our consultants conducted a strategic review, before working with YMCA to consolidate their suppliers, create consistent contracts and ensure firm SLAs and KPIs were in place to meet their specific needs.