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The value of Supplier Inclusion Programs can be manifold to a business by broadening the supply base to more potential opportunities while advancing the company’s diversity agenda. Large companies are looking to do business with diverse centric suppliers, and their total diverse-supplier spend grew by more than 150% over the past decade.
"State of the Current Market – According to ProcurementIQ, a procurement trending organization, the steady demand for background check services, especially as social media has expanded, has enabled the industry to increase at a rate of 1.2% per year over the past 4 years."
Amidst the current economic uncertainty, one weapon can be used by any business to safeguard finances and enhance operations—spend management principles and resources. If your company needs a consistent approach, this report will get you started.
What is your data telling you? Investigate and recover opportunities regardless of dollar amount. Automate dispute submission and resolution tasks. Create systematic processes to drive and increase cost savings. CCM uses a leading technology that includes automated audit, business intelligence, and contract negotiation solutions.
Payroll service providers are growing into Professional Employer Organizations or PEOs, offering workforce administration, time and attendance and other HR functions besides payroll processing. CCM will help you determine the best HR administration option for your business by evaluating vendors and contracts.
CCM spend management consultants work closely with finance and procurement executives to monitor and reduce expenses on indirect spend categories. In the past few years, CCM delivered over 20.4M in contract cash flow for 6 Goldman Sachs companies and reduced unnecessary expenditures.
Uncover an optimal portfolio of print and copier equipment with CCM's custom solution. Most organizations have a large number of different types of devices (personal printers, network printers, MFDs and copy machines) located across various networks and non-network locations.
Ten years ago, an economic crisis hit law firms sharply enough to compel a new pace of firmwide change and innovation. The new health and economic crisis of 2020 may have the same effect on the coming decade, making overhead and operational cost structures a new priority.
In order to maximize cash flow and become as agile as possible to compete effectively and prepare for future shocks, we have put together a list of contract recommendations that we call The Doable Dozen, which offers twelve ideas for the major components of every contract:
There has been a surge in demand for office supplies as newly remote workers set up their home offices. However, not all companies are paying or offering to pay for remote office products. Today’s most pressing office product question: Who pays for home office expenses and how do we manage ordering?
FedEx or UPS? That’s a question asked daily in mailrooms and shipping departments around the country. Most companies have relationships with both, and good shipping clerks know which one to use based on needs and circumstances. This discussion of FedEx versus UPS will focus on a service and spend management perspective.
In a shooting in Aurora, Illinois, five Pratt employees lost their lives, including the gunman. This was a horrific, senseless tragedy that is now leading to growing concern about workplace violence and if such violence could have been prevented by strenuous background checks.
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