The Nexus of Healthcare Policies and Supply Chain Challenges

The upcoming general election and new government’s policies will undoubtedly have some impact on the landscape of supply chains and logistics for the next four years. How will the efficiency and resilience of supply chains influence the new government's ability to deliver on its policy promises? In particular in the NHS?

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The Generation Game

The workplace environment is changing and our expectations of each other, our services, products and suppliers with it. As the generational mix of workers starts to evolve towards those born into a technology enabled world, what does that mean for our working relationships?

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The Blockchain Revolution: Cutting Through the Chain of Uncertainty

In a world where transparency is of utmost importance, trust is the most valuable currency, and middlemen are becoming obsolete. It may seem utopian, but it’s happening now, and all sector and industry leaders are quickly adopting it. Blockchain is here.

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ChatGPT: Friend or Foe in the Pursuit of Sustainability?

We explore whether ChatGPT can help improve sustainability, examining the potential benefits and challenges of using AI to promote sustainable practices. 

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More Haste, Less Speed

Are you considering your next clinical outsourcing decision?

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Experience first: The human-centred design principles accelerating the new norms in source-to-pay transformation 

This blog discusses how the integration of S2P AI with Human Centred Design will address seven distinct unmet needs through improved user-accessibility, frequency of business-critical insight generation and procurement process efficiency, beyond what is currently available.  

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The three key pillars of building sustainable end-to-end retail supply chains

Oil and gas prices remain at elevated levels due to the Ukraine war. The governor of the BoE says rising global food prices are a “major worry“ with price inflation of 6.7% last month. The CEO of 2 Sisters, the chicken manufacturer said that the cost of chickens could rise by up to 15% this year as a result of the war in...

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Procurement in Hospitality: our time to shine?

In early May, 4C brought together a group of senior thought leaders in the hospitality and leisure industry to discuss the current challenges and opportunities in the sector. 

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Ways the commercial function can support Central Government priorities

Oil and gas prices remain at elevated levels due to the Ukraine war. The governor of the BoE says rising global food prices are a “major worry“ with price inflation of 6.7% last month. The CEO of 2 Sisters, the chicken manufacturer said that the cost of chickens could rise by up to 15% this year as a result of the war in...

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