Research on the behavioral economics considers the role of unconscious, emotional and instinctive factors in decision making. If procurement professionals, employees and suppliers are not acting out of purely rational motives, what does this mean for purchasing?
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Purchasing for such items is already decentralized; empowering employees with buying authority can seem counterintuitive just when procurement is making inroads into consolidation.
Extensive use of P-Cards can limit companies’ ability to understand purchasing behavior resulting in missed opportunities for consolidation and real cost savings. This is because P-Card statement data often lacks crucial information that guides organizational spend.
The mandate of today’s procurement department is evolving, but the core mission remains the same: reduce costs and increase value. Yet not all organizations are equally successful in this regard.
With new curation features of Amazon Business such as built-in custom messaging and product flagging, you can keep your purchasing programs on track.
It’s becoming even easier to organize and reconcile orders made with your Amazon Business account. Now account administrators can set up custom fields for employees to enter specific purchase order details.
After you've created your new Amazon Business account, you’ll notice a few changes to your Amazon experience. Here are a few tips to help you get familiar with your new account.
Amy MacPherson of Amazon Business will conduct four webinars in September for customers wanting to learn how to maximize the benefits of their business accounts.
According to new research by global consulting firm Protiviti, there’s a disconnect between what procurement leaders claim as savings and what their finance partners give them credit for.