The role of the procurement function is changing From simply managing costs, to adding value, managing security and building closer – and more strategic – relationships.
It means that external interfaces and the technology supporting them are increasingly important, as organisations become more networked and alliance-based. Planned and deployed correctly the potential is exciting – from decision dashboards to a reduction in repetitive and manual document requirements and auditing – bringing benefits to both the buyer and the seller.
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