This webinar is designed to provide insight for procurement staff at the operational end of localising their supply chains, and business development managers charged with winning work in an environment where local content is an important differentiator
Today’s more discerning consumer wants to know where their food comes from, how it was made, and the subsequent impact on the environment. But what does this mean for meat and dairy procurement?
Efficio discusses how leading procurement organisations are addressing changing business requirements to deliver sourcing benefits faster through a range of approaches.
Simon Whatson has been quoted in a news story by Supply Management called “Kraft Heinz procurement staff ‘engaged in misconduct’”.
Mark Bevan, principal at Efficio, comments on the UK Government’s recent decision to suspend big-name businesses from the Prompt Payment Code (PCC).
If strategic suppliers are to play an increasingly important role, selecting these partners through high-quality strategic sourcing processes will be critical.
Where procurement functions are now, and where they are heading, particularly in terms of digital transformation, how businesses are using technology to enhance their processes, and the barriers to technology delivering the expected benefits.
Kraft Heinz recently announced a $15bn impairment and dividend cut of more than 30%. It’s difficult to see how procurement can support the business achieve the “sustainable, profitable growth” which Hees was targeting.
Moving from a transactional focus to a strategic one is a major challenge for many procurement teams. Efficio helped transform Elm’s procurement function into a strategic partner, while adding significant and rapid value to the business.
In a rather revealing three-part series over on our US site, global procurement consultancy firm Efficio tackles the age-old problem of ‘making it easier to do business with procurement.