Procurement model case studies

Procurement Operating Model Projects - Case examples

 
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Establish an efficient governance structure to coordinate, measure and ensure delivery of the program goals & objectives.

Focus governance role on:

  • Strategic Alignment
  • Compliance & Controls
  • Vendor Management
  • Performance Management

 

 
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Create an optimum staffing profile within the organization.

Add resources and create role to position the client to have personnel in decision making positions. 

Supplement the leadership team by performing hiring process establishing job descriptions, and conducting interview process and make hiring recommendations.

 
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Address client’s energy demands to meet all economic, social & environmental responsibilities by leveraging spend, minimizing cost & pursuing useful technological innovations to help the company achieve strategic goals.

A focused approach to managing clients’ energy consumption to drive savings to the bottom line by building a centralized team to prioritize the management of energy as an asset.

Create a centralized energy approach to focus on reduction of energy cost & consumption. Develop Best Energy Management Practices. Leverage best in class marketplace suppliers. Use the best technology and automation tools for energy optimization and reporting.

 
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Our focus is no longer placed on cost savings alone, but increasingly on the process maturities and the added value that procurement provides to the organization as a strategic function. 

The processes around various functions enable the user to maintain, execute and manage day to day activities as well as overall business management. Effective processes include functions like – program management, dashboards, performance management and information management. In order to arrive at a maturity assessment and identify gaps, all processes, service lines, playbooks and project’s scope of work are reviewed based on four dimensions – Organization, Performance, Service Delivery and Technology. 

For a successful organization, it is essential that the core processes are aligned with corporate priorities. Understanding the maturity of the core processes, allows the organization to develop improvement initiatives and be more proactive to increase the strategic value of the function.

 
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An effective supplier diversity program should constantly look for opportunities for existing and new diverse suppliers within the organization. We work with your procurement team to get visibility into when current contracts are expiring and new sourcing opportunities are coming up, then communicate with diverse suppliers about proposal requirements and deadlines.

Also the key to growing your diverse supplier base is integrating new vendors into your supply chain. We start by identifying commodity categories for each supplier your company is currently doing business with, then run your supplier file through the third-party supplier data enrichment process.

 
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With the advent of multiple devices like laptops, Smartphones, Tablets, Watches etc., the basic need of technology applications have grown and presents both opportunities as well as challenges to the technology strategy. In addition to meeting the core client needs related to Data management, Applications and Customer support, technology strategy should be focused to provide value add to the stakeholders and executive management.

It is critical that, the client data management strategy is fully integrated with the overall corporate data management strategy to ensure improved control, access to data and seamless integration with the other tools and applications.

 
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Workplace transformation is designed to provide an amazing employee experience by enhancing the current workplace.  The following focus areas will lead to the creation of an environment that fosters the community atmosphere that employees deserve:

Interject a different emotional reaction upon arriving to the workplace - Vibrant interior designs -  The creation of multiple collaborative spaces - Creating more community centric break rooms - Open floor plans with shared lines of sight - Modern and/or Urban aesthetic considerations - Dedicated and open conference rooms - Increased branding - Integration of Technology into the design: Conference Room Scheduling and utilization, Mobility within the office environment, Electronic brand and information displays, Collaboration with fully functioning A/V, Re-use of existing A/V.

 
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With the increasing complexities around organizational performance, it becomes increasingly important to align the strategies of different business functions. In order to maximize the value to the organization, procurement strategies have to be aligned with overall Corporate Strategy.

Since companies can follow many different corporate strategies, achieving alignment means choosing an adequate procurement strategy to help support corporate goals. Procurement is often seen as a support function and overhead expense, and hence, often times is not considered and aligned, when the mission, vision, values and goals of an organization are determined.

It is Essential that procurement strategies are aligned with Corporate Strategy.

Alignment starts with effective communication with the Executive client. Integration in the development of the mission, vision and values of an organization will enhance Procurement impact. Driving sustained relationships with business leaders will improve alignment.

Formal Strategic Plan outlining the objectives and goals of the organization and deliver a consistent message of procurement Strategies across the business. Ability to measure, understand and describe the effectiveness of the plan.

Dedicated Strategic Planning function with enhanced skill sets with a proven planning methodology using a data driven approach.

 
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Managing business relationships of any kind takes work. This is even truer when it comes to your internal customer base, which requires deliberate planning and an approach that is organized and efficient.

Your business has many moving parts. To best serve your external customers, the people on the inside of your business need to be armed with all the most accurate, up-to-date information they can get.  It is essential to understand the business requirements of your internal customer and have awareness of their level of satisfaction with your services.

Your business, customers and needs are unique, so your approach to managing internal customer relationships should be, too. These into account when deciding what features would suit your company best.

Every business is one-of-a-kind and its employees, processes, and specific needs follow suit. R$2 helps develop a customized CRM that is integrated with the things that really matter to you and make your business run will do wonders for your productivity, information sharing, accuracy, and success.