Increase Speed to Market
Rapidly gain knowledge and expertise across 1,000+ categories and reduce time spent on research and information gathering. Use these time savings to deliver on stakeholder expectations and allow staff to spend more time on strategic activities.
Achieve Cost Avoidance Goals
Go beyond project-based cost savings and create a cost avoidance strategy that will evolve with you, year after year. Calculate total cost of ownership, leverage buyer and supplier power balances and employ strong negotiation tactics to meet your targets.
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Train Staff and Reduce Loss of Knowledge
Quickly and efficiently train employees on new or unfamiliar categories. Plus, ensure that institutional knowledge doesn’t walk out the door when employees leave by embedding category information centrally within your department.
Better Engage with Internal Stakeholders
Collaborate with stakeholders on sourcing decisions and bring value to conversations across more than 1,000 categories, allowing you to build trust between departments so you can be seen as a trusted advisor.
Amazon Business: Still Leading the Game with its B2B Purchasing Platform
Amazon’s B2B procurement platform launched in April 2015 and has become increasingly influential in the procurement space with new features and innovation. As you may expect, it doesn’t look like its growth will slow any time soon. Learn more about this tool and whether it might help you improve speed to market for your stakeholders.
Amazon Business: A New Way to Procure
Our analysts took a look at the Amazon Business platform to see how the ecommerce behemoth is attempting to make it easier for businesses to purchase products from one another to correct some of the current inefficiencies within the B2B procurement space.
If You’re Still Using Google for Category Research, You’re Doing It Wrong
Google will provide you with a ton of information within seconds. But, how do you know that information is accurate, unbiased and up-to-date? And more importantly, can you quickly find the category-specific information you need? If Google is your source for research, we’re here to tell you – you’re doing it wrong!