We’ve travelled miles
to get you here.

With over $80 Bn of benchmarking
spend data, 20,000 participants in
one or more of our programs and
20 years of Australian experience
we have the track-record to help you.


Meet Milan Panchmatia

Milan Pachmatia
Milan Panchmatia

Joint CEO


Qualifications
  • BSC in Technology Management

Specialisations
  • Leadership Development
  • Strategic Planning
  • Project Management
  • Outsourcing
  • Program Management
  • Management Consulting
  • Business Consulting

Overview

Milan has over 20 years of experience in consulting and procurement and has demonstrable experience of selling and leading major contracts across Europe, the United Kingdom and the USA, including multi-million GBP transformational projects in a wide variety of sectors.

During this time, his focus has been on developing innovative business practices and processes that have provided truly actionable insights at both a strategic and tactical level with a clear focus on delivering cost savings through transformational and cost reduction programs.

Over the past decade Milan has worked in procurement consultancy and data analytics in the retail, oil & gas, financial services, technology and public sectors but more recently has had a particular focus on retail and private equity-owned organisations.

Milan was the founder and CEO of the Marketing Factory which was sold to 4C in 2014 and was subsequently Managing Partner at 4C Associates based in London.

Milan is now joint CEO of the Comprara Group, a specialist procurement consulting, analytics & training company that works with ASX 200 listed companies and Governmental organisations.

Comprara provides its clients with deep insights into how well they are performing against other similar organisations which enables them to deliver against their own unique strategies. The insights Comprara delivers helps their clients to do ‘more with less’​ or ‘more with the same’.

Milan will be working alongside Ben Shute, who is the existing Chief Executive Officer, who will continue in his role alongside Milan, allowing them to split responsibilities internally whilst driving the business forward.


Articles authored by Milan Panchmatia

Future-Proofing Your Procurement: The Cost of Ignoring Maturity Models – Part 2

In the first part of our series, we delved into the foundational elements of procurement maturity models, from assessing the current state to charting a path towards a transformative future vision. We underscored the strategic importance of these assessments and the tangible benefits they offer. Equally crucial, we touched upon…
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Future-Proofing Your Procurement: The Cost of Ignoring Maturity Models – Part 1

Procurement is a critical strategic function that significantly impacts an organisation’s bottom line and operational efficiency. Leaders increasingly recognise the adoption of procurement maturity models as essential. These models offer a method to evaluate the effectiveness of an organisation’s procurement activities, covering aspects such as process efficiency, digitalisation, supplier management,…
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Measuring More Than Money: Evaluating the Social Return on Public Procurement – Part 2

Welcome to Part 2 of our comprehensive exploration into the world of Public procurement. If you’ve just joined us, Part 1 offered a foundational understanding of the shift towards incorporating social value in public procurement, the trends shaping this landscape, and the global perspectives driving Responsible Business Conduct. We highly…
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Measuring More Than Money: Evaluating the Social Return on Public Procurement – Part 1

Public procurement is undergoing a transformative shift. This shift isn’t just about spending money more wisely but about spending it in a way that creates lasting social value. This concept, known as social procurement, is not merely about acquiring goods and services; it’s about leveraging public spending to generate positive…
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