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Corporate Procurement Departments

 

Procurement departments at small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) all the way up to Fortune 500 companies use ProcurementIQ to make smarter purchasing decisions, get up to speed quickly on hundreds of categories and engage with internal and external stakeholders.

A corporate membership provides access to our full category library for everyone in your department. We also provide custom research services and have an RFP Builder to simplify your RFP process. 

County of Santa Clara Case Study

Public Procurement

 

Public procurement officials use market intelligence throughout each step of the acquisition process to comply with transparency and diversity regulations, save time on research and support purchasing decisions, ultimately resulting in cost-effective and high-quality purchases.

Our reports follow NAICS and UNSPSC coding to ensure ease-of-use. 

Contact us if you need our Capability Statement.

County of Santa Clara Case Study

Supply Chain Management, Logistics and Entrepreneurial Programs

 

By providing ProcurementIQ’s trusted market intelligence, academic institutions are giving students access to cutting-edge information that will help them during and after their academic journey. 

A key feature that schools love is that our research addresses each of Porter’s Five Forces. It’s also an easy-to-use resource with a low learning curve for students, faculty and resource librarians. 

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Recent Articles

3 Procurement Success Stories to Inspire Your Business Strategy

Studying the success stories of other procurement departments can give you a fresh perspective or an encouraging story to show just how much is possible.

Lessons Learned from Three Major Procurement Blunders

When a procurement mistake occurs, it can be an opportunity to learn how to do things better next time. To proactively prevent future mistakes in your organization, learn and grow from others’ mistakes.

Construction Sector and Economic Decline

During a recession, when consumers stray from homebuying in favor of rentals, building activity slows and the construction sector eventually takes a hit. How can procurement in the construction sector prepare?