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COST SAVINGS: WHO IS ACCOUNTABLE?

April 18, 2017 created by Peter de Heer

Both Finance and Procurement touch upon the workings of all functions through¬out the organisation. They both have entangled financial responsibilities and therefore should speak each other’s language and understand and respect their complementary role. Given the cascading down of a company’s financial objec¬tives, the Procurement strategy should be aligned with the CFO’s long-term plan. Read more

Still a bumpy road ahead

February 18, 2016 created by Expense Reduction Analysts Europe

At the end of 2015, IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde warned against being too optimistic with regards to the economic forecast for 2016 Read more

Keeping Momentum in the New Year

January 7, 2016 created by Expense Reduction Analysts Europe

After the cocoon of family holidays, home-cooked meals, good wines and Christmas tree, coming back to the office for the start of a new year may be a bit of a challenge for employees... Read more

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