If there’s one thing the COVID-19 pandemic has taught the world of business (apart from that remote work is the future), it’s this: We aren’t prepared for disruption.
Supply chains, in particular, suffered a massive shockwave, with supermarkets, shops, and services being unable to operate the way they did before the virus struck. In fact, more than 3,000 suppliers in China were driven to force majeure declarations in the first few months alone.
As the world moves toward a new normal, you’ll be thinking about disruption and risk a lot more than you had done previously.
For businesses using suppliers, it’s necessary – now more so than ever – to establish a stellar procurement process to ensure goods and/or services can always be secured, no matter if micro (small, every day) and macro (large, extraordinary) disruptions happen.
That’s why, in this post, I’ll be discussing what the procurement process is, the benefits a documented and solid process brings, what the flow of a robust procurement process looks like, and how Process Street can help.
Read through the below sections to get up-to-date:
- What is procurement and the procurement process?
- The benefits of the procurement process
- The procurement process flow (with a procurement process example)
- Use Process Street for procurement and all other business needs!
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