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Efficio has been chosen by a global private equity-owned BPO company to assess improvement opportunities

March 15, 2017
Efficio has been chosen by a global private equity-owned BPO company to assess procurement cost reduction and functional improvement opportunities.

Efficio began working with the group to benchmark its procurement efficiency and effectiveness and to identify financial, operational, and procurement functional optimization levers shortly after its acquisition by a leading private equity group.

This opportunity assessment will inform senior management’s procurement and operational plans for 2017 and beyond.

Are my procurement savings hitting the bottom line?
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Are my procurement savings hitting the bottom line?

Procurement technology can now record and track cost reductions for Private Equity owners and their portfolios.

VIDEO: The CFO's role in unlocking the value in procurement
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VIDEO: The CFO's role in unlocking the value in procurement

As part of 'The Future of the CFO' series published by Business Reporter, Alex Klein, COO of Efficio and Carl Barnes, CFO of the Academic Publishing division at Informa discuss the role of the CFO in unlocking the value of procurement.

WANTED: Proactive CFO to optimize procurement and drive cost savings
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WANTED: Proactive CFO to optimize procurement and drive cost savings

Maximizing profitability, reducing costs and managing financial risks are key to the role of the CFO. Yet some CFOs are missing savings opportunities.

M&A procurement: How to achieve synergy savings post-merger
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M&A procurement: How to achieve synergy savings post-merger

After a merger or acquisition all eyes are on procurement to deliver short and long-term cost savings. So how do you turn M&A promises into action?