This year it was found that public sector workers account for 39% of 2.1bn hours of national unpaid overtime, even though they account for only 25% of all employees.
To tackle this, public sector organisations should be doing everything they can to become more efficient – starting with procurement.
Find out more about how your organisation can create more efficient processes while maintaining productivity through eProcurement below.
Overworked employees may begin to feel stressed, therefore it is important that your organisation is offering the support and technology that can make public sector professionals’ roles easier on a day-to-day basis.
Using eProcurement software will have a knock-on effect on how your staff perform as it will help to implement quicker and more compliant processes within your organisation.
EProcurement software will improve your organisation in many ways. For example, this technology can be used throughout the supplier on-boarding process – meaning that there is less chance of invoicing errors being made.
With the right training eProcurement software is fairly straightforward to navigate, and staff will find that tasks that used to be performed manually no longer take up so much of their valuable time.
We like to make things easier for our customers, providing eProcurement software with full helpdesk support on hand.
Our customers have reaped many benefits using our eProcurement software. Our team not only processes customer questions but also handles supplier queries. This is often a relief for our public sector procurement clients as they are left with fewer supplier issues to deal with on a day-to-day basis.
The University of Leicester has praised the unique customer service that comes with Delta’s eProcurement software in a case study, noting that “nine times out of ten Delta’s helpdesk answers your query straight away”.
If you would like to find out more about how our service can improve your organisation, request a demo with one of our procurement experts.