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    SAP Ariba SLP - Risky Business Meets its End

    By: jeffhocking | March 27, 2018

    SAP Ariba SLP is an innovative supplier lifecycle management tool, integrated within your procurement processes.

    SAP Ariba – The Xoomworks Guide to Ariba Guided Buying

    By: jeffhocking | March 26, 2018

    The key to a successful SAP Ariba Guided Buying enablement project is to partner with a team who have extensive knowledge of how ...

    Sustainable cost reduction in procurement

    By: Alexandra Pogacean | March 21, 2018

    Achieving a sustainable cost reduction in procurement is not easy. Companies are under a lot of pressure to be extremely ...

    Our highlights from eWorld February 2018

    By: Andrada Sabo | March 16, 2018

    eWorld provides the perfect scene to share procurement best practice as well as lessons learned along the way.

    Improving Compliance – The complexity of a much needed process

    By: bobthompson | March 14, 2018

    Improving Compliance – The complexity of a much-needed process

    Meet the Team – Adina Stocolos, Senior Supplier Integration Analyst

    By: Andrada Sabo | March 7, 2018

    Meet the Team – Adina Stocolos, Coupa SME and Senior Supplier Integration Analyst

    Procurement Technology – the Dos and Don’ts of Going Digital

    By: Andrada Sabo | February 21, 2018

    Procurement Technology - the dos and don'ts of Going Digital

    Supply chain optimisation. It’s not as easy as it looks

    By: andreasschroeder | February 7, 2018

    There is a fundamental problem in supply chain optimisaton: suppliers want to get paid as early as possible, while buyers want to ...

    S curve and procurement: Key to innovation

    By: Alexandra Pogacean | January 25, 2018

    When talking about business growth and innovation people consider the S curve to be a good method to follow.