At a recent procurement technology debate called The Buying Game, we explored what technologies might impact procurement people and processes tomorrow. In this, the third of four blogs for Supply Management, we look at collaboration tools….
Unlike some of the other technologies we’re looking at in this series of blogs, collaboration tools are perhaps less ‘out there’ and more something that is being accepted and utilised in many business environments today. Read More
Wax Digital’s web3 eSourcing has enhanced its multi-lingual capabilities from an already impressive 11 languages to 13 with the recent additions of Danish and Czech.
Enabling organisations to deploy web3 to users across a host of different countries in their native language, and to communicate with suppliers across the globe, taking an international approach to supply is no barrier to purchasing. Many Wax Digital clients significantly enhance their savings by introducing supplier competition across multiple countries. Read More
Ongoing economic uncertainty and brutal government funding reforms have inevitably caused charities’ resources to become stretched to the limit. However, figures published in April 2014 by The National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) have revealed an even bleaker picture than we may have thought, signalling that charities must urgently bring their spending under control if they haven’t already done so.
In this exclusive article by Wax Digital for Charities Management, we analyse how charities can enhance procurement processes and utilise eProcurement software to their advantage in light of current government funding cuts. Read More
At a recent procurement technology debate called The Buying Game, Wax Digital explored what technologies might impact the procurement people and processes of tomorrow. In this, the second of four blogs for Supply Management, Wax Digital’s CTO Peter Kinder looks at wearable technology.
We’re increasingly a world on the move; more than ever we want information to be at our fingertips wherever we are. To reflect this global trend investors have spent half a billion dollars in equity and debt on wearable technology start-ups since 2009. Fast forward to 2018 and analysts predict that the ‘wearables’ market will be worth in excess of $8 billion. Read More
Calor Gas features as the cover story in August’s Supply Chain Digital magazine, revealing how the organisation has been proactive in its approach to spend control and cost efficiency by initiating a procurement transformation with the help of world-class eProcurement software web3 Purchase to Pay.
Tasked with building a new procurement function from the ground up, Group Purchasing Manager at Calor, Kevin Wing identified the need for a specialist eProcurement solution as being critical to help the company optimise its spend control. Read More
At a recent procurement technology debate called The Buying Game, Wax Digital explored what technologies might impact procurement people and processes tomorrow. In this, the first of four blogs, Wax Digital’s CTO Peter Kinder look at The Internet of Things…
The potential of the IoT is unlimited. From smart baby monitors that enable you to see, hear and interact with your baby (or pet!) to location-based devices that help you locate products in shops and contextually suggest things for you to buy based on your preferences. Read More
We recently spoke with Housing Technology about the introduction of universal credit and the pressure this could potentially place on Housing Associations, while analysing possible resolutions.
eProcurement technology is already helping many housing providers streamline their financial and purchasing processes to give a clear view of cash flow and organisational spend. In recent years both Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) and Source-to-Pay (S2P) have become increasingly accessible for housing associations as cloud computing has helped improve accessibility to it and lowered costs. But as Universal Credit begins its staged rollout throughout the UK, rent arrears look set to become a challenging reality for social housing providers and P2P and S2P software may hold the key to reducing risk in these uncertain times. Read More