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September 2016

Henkels & McCoy

The nature of the construction industry, whereby works and services are carried out on a project-by-project basis, means the sourcing approach is different  from that of other sectors. There is no steady flow of demand, so it is not predictable. In industries akin to manufacturing, often estimates can be made for the next few years, […]

Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK is the world’s foremost independent charity dedicated to cancer awareness, research, prevention, diagnosis and treatment. Working collaboratively with scientists, the medical profession, international research institutes, patients and government bodies, and raising awareness through numerous fundraising projects, it has developed ground-breaking scientific research that has helped to save hundreds of thousands of lives […]

July 2016

Coni, Online Procurement and Contracting for Total Transparency

The Purchasing Office of Coni Servizi (part of the operating company of the Italian National Olympic Committee’s activities) has been using a digital platform to manage the supplier registry, tenders and contracts for projects including major construction works. This step increases efficiency and traceability, security and transparency in compliance with public administration contracting rules, which are […]

June 2016

Scottish Government: Caley Construction

The Scottish Government has made considerable progress in standardising and simplifying the tender process for suppliers and particularly SMEs, which have communicated to the government over the years that they have found the process of bidding for public sector contracts time-consuming, expensive and sometimes prohibitive. […]

February 2016

Helvetia Redefines its Purchasing Process and Goes Digital

Using the integrated platform provided by BravoSolution, Helvetia is now able to manage supplier relationships across all procurement processes, from the selection process and contract assignment to performance assessment.

The insurance company has recently created a new Purchasing Management Office for its Italian Headquarters, involving the redefinition of roles and activities and the introduction of a digital platform […]

October 2015

Autogrill Procurement Management

Case Study: Autogrill

The group now has a presence in 30 countries, with 70% of turnover generated outside Italy, and has reorganised its processes from a single-country approach to centralised teams. Aldo Papa, global head of procurement activities, explains the goals of this transformation and the benefits achieved in terms of supplier management, also as a result […]

McDonald’s Procurement – Digital Transformation

Case Study: McDonald’s

The web portal created to optimise the procurement process manages the entire relationship online, from selection to negotiation. Reactions to the initiative have been very positive: by registering with the portal, suppliers can see straight away what sort of requests they can expect in the world of McDonald’s and obtain all the information […]

Premier Healthcare Alliance

Case Study: Premier Healthcare Alliance

Premier introduced QualityAdvisor in 2010, an innovative solution that can help hospitals analyze opportunities for improving the quality of patient care and accelerate the path to sustainable change. BravoSolution Change Management Expertise Fast Tracks the Premier Healthcare Alliance.

For Premier’s members, change in healthcare is being driven by forces outside the industry itself. […]

The Moray Council

Case Study: The Moray Council

In the Scottish Public Sector, spending on works, goods and services has reached in excess of £10 billion a year. The Scottish Government has made considerable progress over the last few years to address some of the most common issues facing buyers and suppliers in public procurement. This is directly linked to the […]

Crossrail

Case Study: Crossrail

Crossrail is one of the most significant infrastructure projects ever undertaken in the UK and is currently the largest construction project in Europe.

The numbers involved are testimony to its size and complexity: 10,000 people working across 40 sites; a route running over 100km, 42km of new twin-bore tunnels requiring 250,000 tunnel segments of […]