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Thames Water

  • Supported Thames Water for three years with Strategic Sourcing support in Capex and Opex spend
  • Following this, Thames Water outsourced the sourcing of all goods and services to Efficio
  • As part of a multi-year Managed Procurement Service contract, Efficio is responsible for the management and execution of framework contracts within Thames Water to deliver both cost optimisation and quality delivery
  • Efficio provides a mix of permanent category management resources, project based consulting resources, and a range of bespoke sourcing technologies
  • As part of the managed service, Efficio has developed and deployed a full, end-to-end eSourcing capability, along with a cloud-based spend analytics tool to support sourcing compliance and category planning
Inside view: Enhancing procurement processes using technology
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Inside view: Enhancing procurement processes using technology

Making the shift to digitalising procurement processes is a worthwhile transition, but one that requires significant thought and strategic planning.

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.

How to win buy-in for supplier relationship management
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How to win buy-in for supplier relationship management

Efficio’s SRM methodology is proven across sectors and tailored to your individual requirements and priorities.

 Tesco and Carrefour to combine purchasing power
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Tesco and Carrefour to combine purchasing power

French supermarket giant Carrefour and Tesco have announced plans to form a long-term strategic alliance to leverage their joint purchasing power with suppliers.