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Crucial Digital Technologies for Effective Procurement

Digital Technology permeates everything we do today, with the current and ongoing technology and maturity in our digital era digital procurement is a must-have for effective procurement. Mechanizing repeatable undertakings in supporting proficiency and decreasing costs preparing partners over the business with real-time bits of knowledge. Analyzing through processes with user-friendly tools and creating new and smarter approaches to enhance leadership and everyday activities.

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Reinventing traditional procurement processes with crucial procurement technologies. Investments in procurement innovation can conceivably drive ideal outcomes which also changes purchasing connections with suppliers filling in as a stage of new levels in collaboration. Crucial digital technologies can drive the effectiveness of an organization to meet all levels of demand.

Digitalization Impacts Effective Procurement Value Chain

Leaders are aware that it requires focusing on more than simply adopting technologies, organizations must be equipped and be able to adopt the right mind-set for transformation, having a clear vision of digitalization needs. with a broad range of digital solutions and technologies which can be segmented into two areas.


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Philip Charles Loges, ADPSM
Philip Charles Loges has 15 years of work experience in the field of purchasing, warehouse, and logistics management, and specifically in the Oil & Gas Industry. He is a member of the Singapore Institute of Purchasing and Materials Management (SIPMM) and he holds the Professional Diploma in Purchasing Management from SIPMM. He completed Advanced Diploma in Procurement and Supply Management (ADPSM) in October 2019 at SIPMM Institute.
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