Corporate travel has picked back up after a hiatus due to the pandemic. You might be wondering what this means for your organization or working to define current travel needs. Travel managers and procurement are in the perfect spot to work together to re-strategize and save time and money.
According to OSHA, thousands of workers become ill and dozens die, while working in extreme heat each year. Heat stress can affect anyone, regardless of age, physical condition, or exposure time. To protect workers, OSHA launched a National Emphasis Program whereby the organization will conduct heat-related workplace inspections to help prevent illnesses, injuries, or fatalities.
The curious thing about technology is that if you’re not ahead, you’re already falling behind…and it’s no secret that the mobility industry has struggled to keep pace, burdened with systems that are siloed, complex to navigate, and, quite simply, not fit for the digital age.
Procurement leaders are often expected to be experts at every category. There’s pressure to manage your company's complex spend cube, reduce risk and cut down on cost all with limited resources. While organizations are looking to increase savings, improve efficiencies in their supply chain and manage supplier risk, a group purchasing organization (GPO) can guide the processes to accomplish all of these goals and more.
Procurement teams are face to face with supply chain disruptions, often serving as the liaison providing product updates to end users. As you've heard and experienced, the global semiconductor chip shortage has impacted major components of everyday life and business, affecting vehicles, laptops, phones, credit cards, home appliances and other products that need a computer chip to operate. Not only a key part of electronic devices, these chips also power the factories where those devices are made. Without enough of them, companies have been forced to stall production, and when you combine high demand with limited supply, you’re paying more for those products.
Sudden, dramatic business changes can create – or expose – gaps in your IT systems and infrastructure. But before you can address them, you need to know they exist. Your IT infrastructure determines how productive your people can be. It keeps your data and information safe. Ultimately, your IT practices directly affect your revenue and profit. In this blog, you will learn about various potential gaps in your IT infrastructure, and how Ricoh can help members of OMNIA Partners fill these gaps and enhance their network security.
Procurement, sourcing and supply chain professionals have limited bandwidth, especially when dealing with today’s economic challenges. Your team may be working to avoid flushing dollars down the drain due to inadequate systems to manage facilities and maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) spend.
Businesses in every industry rely on an efficient supply chain, and procurement, supply chain and sourcing leaders play a pivotal role in producing tools to mitigate risk and get immediate access to world-class solutions. With a growing list of responsibilities, your team is tasked with delivering reliable products and services on time, every time and at the best possible price.
Group purchasing enables you to discover new innovations and ideas that'll help your business succeed and remain competitive in the constantly evolving marketplace. With speed and confidence, this is an opportunity to save money in multiple points of the supply chain.
Student debt is a crisis that is affecting 44 million Americans and 70% of new college graduates. These recent grads are our current and future employees, but their debt is affecting their job search, credit and retirement. In response, several companies are adding student loan assistance programs, but odds are this will end up costing the employer a significant amount of money.