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November Monthly Digest

Comprara November Monthly Digest

A global recession, geopolitical turmoil and a continuing talent shortage is forcing a need to do more with less which we explore in 5 Ways Procurement Technology Can Help You Do More With Less. Agile procurement represents a dynamic approach that can transform the traditional processes which we explore in Agile procurement…
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October Monthly Digest

Comprara October Monthly Digest

It’s all about supplier relationships and capability in this month’s digest from three core perspectives of technology, processes, and people.  Related Articles on Supplier Relationship Management and Market Research Tools We address the influence and impact of AI in “Enhancing Supplier Relationship Management with an AI Co-Pilot.”  Moving on to processes…
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September Monthly Digest

Comprara September Monthly Digest

A Case Study: Procurement Improvement in an Australian Company In honour of the blooming of spring we have a fresh and insightful video case study for you on Procurement Improvement in an Australian Company. You’ll find it a really valuable four minutes spent. Latest Blogs About Procurement Fraud, SMEs and Negotiation…
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August Monthly Digest

Comprara August Monthly Digest

If you’ve been following the cricket or Women’s World Cup football you’ll appreciate what a roller coaster playing in the big time is – hero headlines one minute, villain the next. Latest Blogs About Cybersecurity and Procurement Risks In our digest this month we look at playing big-time procurement in “8…
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July Monthly Digest

By now, I’m sure we all believe in the power of data-driven procurement.  In our July edition of the Comprara monthly digest Ben Shute talks about extending that to leverage data for strategic advantage. Latest Blogs About Data Analytics Brace yourself as we plunge into the realm of data analytics and its…
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