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Five ways to grow a technology business without being a techie

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The technology sector is inevitably one of the UK’s fastest growing industries. According to KPMG’s UK Tech Monitor Survey, “the UK tech sector enjoyed a robust growth in the first quarter of 2014, with business activity in the sector rising at its fastest pace since the onset of the financial crisis in 2007.”

With tax breaks aplenty, additional government funding, an increasing pool of VC investment and growing tech hubs including London’s TechCity and Manchester’s TechNorth, it’s not surprising that technology start ups are growing at a rapid rate. Read More

web3 Wearable: The world’s first wearable procurement system

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Supply Chain Digital takes an exclusive look at Wax Digital’s exciting new web3 eProcurement app for Google Glass, revealing how the app works, where and when it can be used and how it could offer a range of substantial benefits to procurement professionals in the future. Read More

A clearer view of supplier risk

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As supply chains expand in global reach and complexity, in this article for Supply Chain Digital, Wax Digital’s eSourcing expert Alun Morris considers how eSourcing software can help to keep a tight rein on a complex supply chain and deliver far more than lowest cost from suppliers…

Thanks to the Internet and transportation links creating an increasingly small world, the global marketplace has changed and there are now few barriers to suppliers selling their goods and services worldwide. Businesses have become increasingly reliant on these global and multi-tiered supply chains and their complexities bring about fresh challenges for supply chain managers as the increased risk posed by an expanding list of distant suppliers intensifies. Read More

Context based search: predicting procurement’s needs?

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At a recent procurement technology debate called The Buying Game, we explored what technologies might impact procurement people and processes tomorrow. In this final blog for Supply Management Wax Digital’s CTO Peter Kinder looks at context based search…..

The ability to search for practically any piece of information on the internet has radically changed our lives in a very short space of time. Looking back it is sometimes hard to understand how the world worked when information was so much less readily available. Read More

Avoiding the temporary tantrums – part 4

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In this final blog on the challenges of purchasing for temporary sporting events and festivals, Daniel Ball of Wax Digital looks at purchasing and its impact on the whole event experience and offers advice on how to ensure that procurement is done with this in mind…

With the summer now slowly drawing to a close, the UK has once again been host to all kinds of events up and down the country. Whether you’re into cars, food, music or sport, there has been an event that will appeal to you. Organisers of these events are now likely to be reflecting on their hectic summers and mulling over what went well, perhaps not so well and what could be done better or differently next time to ensure the event’s continued and future success. Read More

Collaboration tools: connected procurement?

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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

Avoiding the temporary tantrums – part 3

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This third blog from Wax Digital for Spend Matters continues to explore the challenges of purchasing for temporary sporting events and festivals. This time we focus on the importance of vetting suppliers to ensure they have the capacity to supply for large numbers…

When it comes to any large scale gathering, be it a music festival or sporting event, risk can rear its ugly head in many different forms. Crowd safety has to be the number one priority of course, but organisers also need to ensure that the suppliers they engage with are equipped to cope with the large number of attendees the event is likely to attract. Read More

Avoiding the temporary tantrums – part 2

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This second blog from Wax Digital for Spend Matters, looks at the challenges of purchasing around temporary sporting events and festivals, will focus on the issue of forecasting. How do you ensure you buy what you need at the right quality, correct quantity and at the right price?

Surprises occur at most major events. To name a few recent sporting examples, Murray’s early exit from Wimbledon, a 13-year old winning a swimming medal in Glasgow, or Spain’s disastrous rapid exit in Brazil (not to mention the host team’s slaughter in the final). Read More

Wax Digital web3 eSourcing increases international reach

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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

Making procurement work better for your charity

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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