Procurement stories - Page 2
Data-driven procurement tech helps software renewal costs
Procurement, finance and IT teams are under tremendous pressure to optimise software spend and eliminate waste while also driving higher value.
How to take control of supply chains to weather a ‘perfect storm’ of disruption
Incidents such as the Suez Canal blockage, COVID-19, and rising energy costs, have wreaked havoc, causing a significant toll on supply chains.
Duncan Cotterill appoints Peter Fernando as Partner
Duncan Cotterill's Christchurch Corporate and Commercial team has promoted Peter Fernando to its partnership in a bid to expand its technology sector presence.
Queensland Government appoints Chris McLaren as Chief Customer & Digital Officer
The Queensland government has appointed a new Chief Customer and Digital Officer to drive the state's digital economy and improve citizen-centric services.
Esker to acquire majority stake in Market Dojo, enhancing its procure-to-pay suite
Esker to acquire majority stake in UK eProcurement software company Market Dojo, aiming to strengthen its position in the global P2P market.
B2B buyers more likely to buy from vendors with digital purchasing channels - report
B2B buyers are more likely to purchase from vendors that offer digital self-serve channels, quick responses, and transparent pricing, says PROS.
Datto acquires Aussie procurement platform, Gluh
Gluh’s SaaS platform automates the processes of product selection, quoting, and sales of IT products and services for MSPs.
How COVID-19 is reshaping global supply chains
Supply chains buckle under COVID-19 pressure; a push for resilience looms.
Govt adds Unisys cloud framework to Marketplace
Unisys was accepted to join NZ Government’s online market to make it easier for agencies to access CloudForte framework.
Acer's New Zealand business back in black
Acer Computer’s New Zealand business has bounced back into the black in its latest financials, after recording a 7% increase in revenue for the year.
New partnership gives educators more ICT procurement options
Acer and Cyclone forge new partnership to pass on savings and a wider range of ICT procurement options to New Zealand Schools.
The top 3 IT opportunities for 2016
IT leaders must become catalysts for positive organisational change by enabling new services that are closely aligned to the organisation’s strategy.
Australian Government digital transformation facing barriers
Only 27% of Aussie government officials are confident in their organisation's digital readiness, despite viewing digital as a significant disruptor.
Health Minister Coleman sends 'please explain' to lower North Island DHBs after Aotea quits tender
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has asked the three lower North Island district health boards seeking to merge their pathology lab testing for an.
Fletcher says Knauf pullback would have 'little effect' on housing affordability
Fletcher Building, New Zealand's largest building company, says the potential scaling back of the local operations of its plasterboard rival Knauf.
Is your Procurement house in order?
Procurement managers are always looking for ways to improve the process they use and measure the results they achieve.
Following the hedgehog’s path to success
A year ago, Maclean Computing looked to hedgehogs for inspiration. Chris Maclean tells Heather Wright how the prickly critter has spawned new business for the company.
Free to buy
It is often easier to buy proprietary software than to choose a free open source software (FOSS) option.
The Power of Free
The idea of making the source code of software a secret came along later than you think.
Partnership brings health to the fore
NZICT Group partners with NZ Health IT Cluster to focus on health ICT development and collaboration with government.