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Sometimes, it is the small jobs that add up to swallow a big chunk of IT time. If your team gets to the end of the day and wonders where the time went, chances are they were doing something involving procurement. Time-Poor and Over-Skilled That’s all very well if you have generous staffing levels –…
Working closely with our procurement specialists, The Anglican Schools Corporation has successfully reduced costs and overhead, while delivering standards throughout the group.
Having the right tools in the hands of your workers is critical, but from an organisational perspective, having the right procurement policies in place is just as critical in facilitating the device distribution across your workforce.
The phrase ‘digital transformation’ is among the most used in IT circles this year, and for good reason. As organisations strive to strike back against the Uber and Airbnb-style upstarts, or to stay relevant in a digitised world, the pressure is on to reinvent. The response is changing the IT department’s position in the business.
There are moments in meetings that just stick in my mind, and this was one of them. A customer’s IT leadership team was talking about procurement challenges – some familiar, and some unique to their organisation. The IT manager clearly had something particular on his mind, and I wondered what it was, and how I…