KPMG has a step approach to enable you to be in the driving seat. You can choose which steps and options best suit your journey or KPMG can help you define the journey that fits you best.
Procurement has traditionally been seen as a transactional function, however the onset of the extended supply chain has resulted in Procurement taking a more strategic role. Furthermore, technology is now helping to automate the transactional activities to enable Procurement to spend their efforts on working with suppliers and minimising risks.
Supporting you in your procurement journey
KPMG has a step approach to enable you to be in the driving seat. You can choose which steps and options best suit your journey or KPMG can help you define the journey that fits you best. It’s your choice!
Understanding your expenditure to identify opportunity
Understanding your organisation’s spend patterns is key to defining the most effective savings plan. At KPMG we use a pragmatic hypothesis based approach that uses our experience to quickly focus on the areas of highest potential.
Our hypotheses are supported by fact based analysis, providing you with the comfort that our recommendations are right for your organisation.
Designing your procurement opportunity roadmap
At KPMG we understand that you want to start delivering savings quickly. We therefore ensure that even during the high level planning we already start your quick win opportunities.
We will structure your procurement opportunity roadmap in such a way that we maximise savings while minimising disruption to your business.
Delivering savings for your organisation
At KPMG we use our gate-based methodology to ensure an efficient and structured delivery of savings initiatives. We will use our Procurement Center of Excellence to support our consultants with a wealth of experience from our global projects.
eAuctions are used by 68% of best in class organisations and 80% of users run 50+ events per year, delivering at least 10% savings.
Transforming your procurement function
Key to delivering sustained savings and compliance in the long term is to be able to drive the procurement agenda from within your organisation.
To do so you need the right organisational setup, effective processes and systems. In addition, you need the right people who have the skills your organisation needs.