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O2

  • Conducted Opportunity Assessment across O2's operations in the UK, Germany, the Netherlands and Ireland
  • Thereafter supported O2 with a two year Procurement Transformation
  • Over three waves of sourcing, strategically sourced the majority of the spend, including base stations, handsets, telecoms, marketing, IT and HR
  • Drove significant training and coaching program
  • Reviewed existing purchase-to-pay processes and designed to-be processes
  • Helped O2 to select partners for eProcurement and for eSourcing, negotiated agreements and implemented solutions
Achieving the five-year digital transformation vision
Insight
Achieving the five-year digital transformation vision

If strategic suppliers are to play an increasingly important role, selecting these partners through high-quality strategic sourcing processes will be critical.

Digital procurement: an overview of geographical differences
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Digital procurement: an overview of geographical differences

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.

Moving up the value chain: transforming procurement at Elm
Case study
Moving up the value chain: transforming procurement at Elm

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.

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.