Why it’s imperative for businesses to have robust plans in place to deal with the outbreak and mitigate disaster.
Purchasing and supply chain management
Create value through good supply chain management
Managing suppliers is a core competency for every organisation, yet many don't take the time to develop these relationships. Padraig Floyd outlines a number of reasons why you should.
Tim Philips looks at what can be done to prevent fraud in complex supply chains.
Reducing the risk of supply chain fraud
This webinar goes through practical steps to reduce the likelihood of your business suffering from supply chain fraud.
In light of the recent uncertainties in the UK, businesses have been questioning the robustness of existing and future global trade networks. Penelope Rance looks at what role the CFO has in helping to secure the integrity of supply chains.
In the last issue, we considered the farm end of the supply chain in the UK food industry and the work FDs do to keep things on an even keel. David Craik looks at getting food to the table.
The economics for companies in the food supply chain is becoming ever-more complicated and precarious. David Craik looks at how farms and suppliers are responding to the challenges.
Better procurement used to mean just cutting costs, but today businesses find innovation and collaboration are the key to improved efficiency.
10 key business analytics
Companies are increasingly using data, generated by themselves and others, to make better informed decisions. Never before in history have companies had access to more data or more analytics solutions to turn the data into insights. This article looks at 10 common ways companies use analytics to generate new insights and better decision-making.
The tender process can seem complicated and time-consuming from a buyer’s perspective. In this article, David Noble advises on how to manage it effectively.