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Buyer beware

The challenges in sourcing and procurement have been mounting with the move to on-shoring, the impact of Brexit, and the potential to use artificial intelligence. Sam Tulip analyses the key factors…

Time to talk

In an ever more globalised world, the often turbulent relationship between supplier and customer has never been more important. Alex Leonards explores the barriers to achieving the perfect supplier-customer partnership and the new role of supplier relationship management.

Driving better systems

Customer expectations, the driver shortage and compliance are all having a big impact on how fleet management systems are designed and why they are implemented. Alexandra Leonards takes an in depth look at how the market is changing.

SAP Ariba: Microsoft’s One Digital Supply Chain

Watch this video to learn how Microsoft partnered with SAP Ariba and SAP to co-create a best-in-class sourcing and supply chain solution – one that lets them collaborate with suppliers to better manage every process from design and development to planning, procurement, production, and delivery.

SAP Ariba adds 150,000 users in Q3

More than 150,000 new selling organisations connected to the Ariba digital procurement network in the third quarter of 2016, SAP Ariba has revealed.

Ferrero chooses SAP Ariba

Italian chocolate manufacturer Ferrero has chosen to implement cloud-based applications from SAP Ariba to assist with the end-to-end food production process.

DHL calls for collaboration

Profits down 11 per cent at DHL Supply Chain in the UK

DHL Supply Chain’s UK operating profit fell by 11 per cent to £99.8 million for the year to 31st December 2016. In its annual results, the company said underlying business performance had been robust with underlying sales growth of four per cent.

Supply chain savings help Morrisons boost profits

Morrisons made significant cost savings were realised in four areas – automated ordering, in-store administration, distribution between manufacturing and retail, and procurement of goods not for resale, the retailer said in its half-year results.