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Driving procurement efficiency for MRO supplies
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Indirect Procurement Report 2018 - Drivers of Change

In this white paper RS & CIPS analyse research conducted with procurement professionals on the challenges of indirect procurement and MRO supplies
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What factors are driving change in MRO procurement?

MRO is changing – and quickly. According to a recent survey amongst Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply (CIPS) members, 44% anticipate “complete change” in company strategy over the next fiv...
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The pressures facing procurement professionals today

Recent research shows professionals responsible for indirect procurement and MRO supplies face a range of pressures both on a day-to-day basis and at a strategic level.
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Strategies for managing MRO

Organisations are adopting new services and innovations to manage supplies for MRO (maintenance, repair and operations). Here we explore strategies and how your supplier can support you in your search...
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Why embracing innovation opens up opportunities for your business

Three industry experts explore attitudes towards new technologies and how these innovations help to solve common MRO procurement problems.
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Five ways to navigate changes in MRO procurement

While change is not always predictable, there are still ways that organisations can prepare for it. Here are five ways to future proof MRO procurement in your business.
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Taking the pain out of plant maintenance

How careful planning and close collaboration with suppliers are key to effective plant maintenance
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Innovation launch pad

Like many manufacturing industries, the aerospace and defence sector faces an engineering skills gap that requires a co-ordinated approach to tackle it