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SAP Backs Social Enterprises Through £2 Trillion Procurement Platform

Author: PASA SAP plans to strengthen its support of the social enterprise sector by making it even easier for organisations to find and do business with certified social enterprises on Ariba Network, the digital marketplace where more than £2 trillion in business-to-business commerce is conducted annually. As the official technology partner of Social Enterprise UK, the expert body for […]

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Adopting B2C User Experience In P2P

Author: think Procurement Intuitive, on-demand, frictionless and personalised experience have played a major role in the Business-To-Consumer (B2C) market for years. During the fast adoption by consumers and ongoing technology advances, the Business-To-Business (B2B) market has been lagging. According to McKinsey’s customer-experience index rating B2B businesses significantly lag those of retail customers. In its research B2C

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Digital Supply Chains

Author: Alex Behrens E-commerce and the rapidly growing digital supply chain capabilities of brick-and-mortar and online retailers have made a massive impact on customer preferences and expectations while shopping, according to the Deloitte report “The Customer-Driven Supply Chain.” Gone are the days where customers could discover unstocked items on a shopping trip or wait a week or more for

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Sustainable Budgets

Author: PASA CEDA report: rebalance the tax base and boost transparency to balance future federal budgets The Committee for Economic Development of Australia (CEDA) – is an independent, not-for-profit membership organisation. CEDA identifies policy issues that matter for Australia’s future and pursue solutions that deliver better economic, social and environmental outcomes for Australia. The latest

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Half Aussie Workers Say Automation Has Impacted Their Job

Author: HAYS Half of Australian workers have already seen their job responsibilities change as a result of automation, according to recruiting experts Hays. In an online poll of almost 2,000 (1,987) people in Australia conducted by the recruiter, 18 per cent said automation has already impacted their job ‘significantly’, with their duties changing or their

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