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WEBINAR: How Newcastle University is driving on-contract spend with Proactis Marketplace functionality (proactis)
Wednesday 23 January 2019, 10:00am - 11:00am
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We start 2019 by welcoming Newcastle University's Neil Addison, Head of Procurement Finance and Planning, and Jane Richards, Head of Revenue and Payments, to host our January webinar.
 
Neil and Jane will discuss how the University has worked with Proactis to drive extra value around the University by enabling staff to make better purchase decisions, improve purchasing processes and compliance, and reduce paper and manual processes.
 
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to learn first-hand how the University was able to:
  • Drive upfront visibility of commitments with upfront orders to pre-determined suppliers.
  • Improve category management with faster ordering times and savings from lower prices.
  • Simplify approval routes and reduce maverick spending around the University.
  • Achieve a low-cost, streamlined way to process orders for the University and its suppliers.
  • Establish a secure ‘online store’ that connects employees to major suppliers’ websites and catalogues.
  • Enable buyers to move seamlessly from the University’s SAP ERP interface to its suppliers’ websites and hosted catalogues.

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