Most of us would prefer a radio to a raid, especially if the radio provided early warning of an incoming raid (showing my age a bit here!) but I’m going to be looking at RADIO in respect of bid or project management. Read More
When I started my career, our tools were filing cabinets, index cards, a book of contract terms and a variety of templates referencing the book.
Today, they can be anything from a simple electronic storage system for contracts through to either a partial or fully-automated contracting life-cycle solution. In some cases they can replace many of your legal team members in assessing agreements, identifying inefficiencies and compliance. All major ERP solutions offer the ability to optimise the contract negotiation process today because it has the potential to improve the profitability of an organisation very significantly.
Our function should be becoming more strategic, as opposed to tactical, and therefore we need to act in a strategic manner. We don’t want to be caught up in processing small value procurements, that can be automated. Any job that is repetitive in nature is crying out for automation.
How could a contract toolkit help? Read More
We are very happy to say Wrekin Consulting has been selected as a supplier under the G Cloud 11 Framework.
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The NEC have published a good case study on the above project. We have copied it here.Read More
While no one would argue with the sentiment of this inquiry, one wonders why?
The NAO have so many reports that show why things have gone wrong. There are good well-documented comparators of projects. So simple desk research would answer most of the questions.Read More
The Public Contracts Regulations 2015 requires governments main contractors to pay their contractors within 30 days of receipt of invoice and to ensure this provision is passed down the supply chain.Read More
We will continue the theme of our previous blog about the future of procurement and consider how this vision might apply to the NHS. Today we will look at procurement of goods, in subsequent articles we will consider services, exceptions and the advantages.Read More