Fret Not! Doctor Procurious is here to cure your social media fever! Social media has become a vital tool in both our personal and business lives. Conquering social media platforms can be difficult without the right knowledge and help. Procurious is running a social media clinic at the eWorld Procurement & Supply conference in London on 2 … Continue reading Social Media Fever Is The New Man Flu
How would you define perfect procurement? We’ve spoken a great deal recently about how saving money or getting the best deal is no longer the be all and end all in procurement. Customers demand and expect a more transparent, more ethical, and more sustainable supply chain. This ultimately means that procurement priorities vary globally, and … Continue reading It Takes a Perfect Procurement Programme to Cut Costs
Businesses are at risk of being treated like a cash cow by their suppliers if they are not managing their supplier agreements and contracts with complete visibility. This article was written and has been shared with Procurious by Daniel Ball, Director at Wax Digital. We’ve all done it. Stuck with the same old suppliers year after … Continue reading Are Your Suppliers Treating You Like a Cash Cow?
Workplace stress getting the better of you? You need the ultimate stress busting tip to help level out, settle your jangling nerves and combustible temper. Does this sound like your day? High pressure deadlines, the constant juggling of priorities, demanding customers and suppliers, and the never ending dramas of your employees or colleagues! Do you ever get yourself … Continue reading The Ultimate Stress Busting Tip for Procurement Pros
Will the use of Dynamic Purchasing Systems grow as a result of amendments to EU Procurement Directives? And will they provide a solution to problems of both buyers and suppliers? As procurement professionals we are familiar with the use of frameworks as a contracting mechanism. The 2015 amendments to the EU Procurement Directives have sown … Continue reading Dynamic Purchasing Systems and the Death of Frameworks
It’s a leap year this year, meaning that on the 29th of February we have a whole extra 24 hours available to us. However, looking at it in a different way, as the extra day this year falls on a Monday, work gets an extra day from all of us. For salaried workers this pretty much means … Continue reading Is There a Case for a Leap Year Public Holiday?
How do companies make sure that their business logistics foundation supports all the qualities required to remain competitive in their industry? An efficient, responsive, understandable and, above all, dependable supply chain is crucial for business success and ROI in today’s on-demand environment. A company that gets their business logistics wrong, and runs a disorganised and ineffective … Continue reading Manage Your Business Logistics like A Pro