January 31, 2024 Blog Article

How to Maximize the Adoption of New Procurement Tools

How can you better convince, inform, train, and engage buyers to embrace and use new Procurement applications?
January 18, 2024 All

Creating a Category Management Strategy Everyone Can Buy Into

The beginning of the year means it’s time to set your category management strategy and forecast the results you expect…
December 19, 2023 All

Adopting a New Approach to Tail Spend Management

Tail spend management is often a thorn in the side of Procurement professionals simply because tail spend is difficult to…
November 21, 2023 Blog Article

How to Make Your Procurement Project Plan Strategic 

What do you think of when you hear the words “procurement project?” For many teams, the term raises memories of…
October 24, 2023 All

What is Supply Chain Risk and How Can Spend Analytics Help Solve It?

If you take a moment to consider how interconnected modern businesses are, you’ll find yourself dwarfed by their sheer scope…
September 19, 2023 All

How to Make Annual Procurement Budget Planning Effective and Easy

From October to late December, procurement teams are immersed in the annual budgeting and planning that comes with preparing for the…
August 29, 2023 All

What Do the Pros’ Category Management Processes Look Like?

Recent years have flooded Procurement with new acronyms, job titles, and initiatives. A lot has changed, but the importance of…
August 22, 2023 All

How to Communicate Addressable Spend Opportunities to Finance

It’s no secret that Procurement and Finance have different perspectives on spending. While both departments are focused on keeping organizational…
August 15, 2023 Blog Article

Building a Procurement Dashboard? Here are Four Must-Haves 

There are three reasons that data runs businesses—it shows you where you are, it enables collaboration, and it guides you…
August 8, 2023 All

How You Can Use a Tail Spend Analysis to Secure Quick Wins

In life, the biggest wins rarely come from attacking the biggest problems. Instead, they’re the sum of consistent, small successes…