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AGILE CONTRACTING

Since the development for new services and products is done these days in an agile setting, procurement needs to have contract templates and procedures in place to support this form of collaboration.Thus this working paper covers the ways in which procurement can support agile development, the risks as well as best practices and recommendations by our members.

This working paper is a compilation of best practices and recommendations shared by our members. ETIS members can access this paper through the Members Corner.

 

 

 

 

PROCUREMENT 2025: PROCUREMENT TOOLS

As 2020 is fast approaching, it is time to look back on what we did realise, but also consider what Procurement will be facing next—how further changes in technology, markets, suppliers and customer demands will impact the Procurement focus, organization, the processes and the people.

The first version of this working paper in progress can be accessed here.

 

 

 

 

SUPPLIER SEGMENTATION

The goal of this working paper is to provide a framework in the form of a model as well as compilation of best practices to help realize the benefits of proper segmentation such as: Strategy-based allocation of deals and contracts; Realization of synergies due to economy of scale; Driving of efficiency due to standard processes; Better performance management due to increased power; Prevention of complexity due to more streamlined standard product usage. Additionally, it will give insights into important success factors to manage the transition.

This working paper is a compilation of best practices and recommendations shared by our members. ETIS members can access this paper through the Members Corner.

  

 

These working papers are a product and work-in-progress of the ETIS Procurement and Vendor Management Working Group, which exchanges use-cases and determines best practices to enhance the PVM processes in each company.

You can learn more about this working group here or contact Michele Lalic, the ETIS Central Office representative responsible for this working group.