Deriving business value from cost allocation and portfolio management
Cost allocation drives procurement behaviour
A lack of cost allocation may lead to suboptimal demand. Effective control and execution of the cost allocation process pave the way for efficient demand management. Impact on a business level as well as on a behavioral level requires improvement of cost effectiveness and cost awareness through application portfolio and business process management as well as cost allocation practice.
The Whole Brain® Negotiates
If you encounter conflict from across the table in a negotiation, it could be caused by your own behaviour! While this might be a bold statement, it is often true in corporate negotiations.
Solution Buying® – Sourcing for impact
The core focus of procurement has always been costs – managing and driving down external costs, as reflected in the typical KPI for procurement of % annual savings.
Implement Procurement Maturity Model
The Implement Procurement Maturity Model is a solid platform for identifying improvements and prioritising future procurement initiatives and projects in your company.
Procurement as a driver of business change
We propose a new agenda for Procurement: Elevate this unit from a designer of contracts to a driver of business change.
Focus your Procure-to-Pay to create transparency, increase compliance and reduce costs throughout the organisation.
Automated procurement processes
Using the right technology to streamline direct and indirect procurement processes can generate opportunities you never knew you had.