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Biffa

  • Conducted comprehensive Opportunity Assessment to identify both sourcing and organisational improvements
  • Executed multi-wave sourcing programme covering both Collection and Landfill divisions of Biffa with a number of direct and indirect categories being addressed
  • Conducted Working Capital Improvement Programme extending supplier payment terms
  • Redesigned and rebuilt procurement organisation coupled with a comprehensive training programme
Faster, higher and more sustainable savings through digital transformation
Case Study
Faster, higher and more sustainable savings through digital transformation

Many consulting businesses are discussing the benefits of new technologies, but few are adopting digital processes to grow their own business.

Getting back on track: transforming the supply chain at a major rolling stock manufacturer
Case Study
Getting back on track: transforming the supply chain at a major rolling stock manufacturer

A major rolling stock manufacturer had recently opened a greenfield manufacturing facility in Northern England, a major success for the industry, region and manufacturer.

What’s stopping you from progressing your digital procurement journey?
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What’s stopping you from progressing your digital procurement journey?

Our recent research study found that a key factor among the several internal and external challenges to the digital transformation of procurement is having the right people in place to make it work.

Achieving maximum value through source to pay
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Achieving maximum value through source to pay

By fully optimising their source to pay (S2P) solution and processes, organisations can make a huge impact to their bottom line by knowing what they are spending their money on at the point of purchase rather than the point of invoice receipt.