Comprehensive Procurement Management from Start to Finish

By Sean Heck on 09/9/20

A disjointed procurement management process can lead to procurement workflow bottlenecks.  The manual management of contracts, vendors, purchase orders, and bids can prove challenging and ineffective.  Processes that involve paying per solicitation can grow expensive.  Don’t waste time, resources, and opportunities with a decentralized and inefficient procurement process.  Leverage leading eProcurement software for procurement management success “from cradle to grave.”

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Better Procurement: From Tedium to Innovation

By Sean Heck on 08/28/20

Antiquated procurement processes can prove cumbersome, and may, unfortunately, reduce the value, efficiency, and innovation of procurement.  In addition to being ineffectual, the manual management of vendors, bids, contracts, and purchase orders may prove challenging and damaging.  It's time to change the perception of procurement from a tedious function to a beneficial process that is reimagined, value-adding, and streamlined.  Here's how to leverage eProcurement software for a winning procurement process!

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Who Needs Contract Management Software?

By Sean Heck on 11/15/19

Many different types of organizations can enhance their respective source-to-contract needs with user-friendly and flexible contract management solutions.  To that end, we’ve examined five key organizational roles and explore their contract management challenges and how they can empower themselves with leading contract management software.

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Digital Innovation in the Procurement Process

By Jamie Reedy on 05/22/18

There’s a lot of buzz when it comes to digital innovation in just about any part of an organization. When it comes down to it, what exactly does that entail?

It is very rare when an organization is so on point that others use them as a standard (we’re looking at you, Amazon). The ability to have most, or all, of your business processes fine-tuned and in sync is something that most organizations are often trying to accomplish. These types of changes could take years before they truly take effect. Unfortunately, business happens quick and organizations can’t afford to wait that long. Many areas of the organization including marketing, sales, and service departments have already eradicated outdated ways of operating.

The topic of digital innovation in the procurement process, however, seems to be the one area that tends to get overlooked. Why?
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