Join our procurement experts for these free webinars to learn more about the Delta eSourcing platform, research findings and industry-specific topics.
eProcurement 101: Healthcare challenges and opportunities - 45mins
Today’s NHS continues to undergo one of its biggest transformations in modern times as it strives
to deliver services fit for today’s service users while continuing to demonstrate value for money
and boosting efficiencies. We contacted a study that sought to consider the wider challenges and opportunities facing healthcare professionals today.
During this webinar we’ll share with you the results:
• The impact of external factors such as social value, Brexit and GDPR on procurement approaches;
• How the healthcare sector engages with suppliers;
• Perceived barriers to successful procurement;
• eSourcing and how this is used across the healthcare sector;
• Training opportunities and requirements across procurement; and
• The impact of cyber security.
22/11/2019 11:00 amRegister now
eProcurement 101: Learn How to Issue a Quick Call Like a Pro - 45mins
Quick Call is one of Delta eSourcing’s most cost-effective modules, offering a fast and cost-effective way to engage with and request quotes from suppliers within an existing framework or contract list or a brand-new list created for your specific project.
The process is open and transparent with a clear audit trail, and access can be limited within your organisation to ensure key individuals are responsible for keeping track of category and spend thresholds.
During this webinar you’ll learn how to:
• Issue a Quick Call or request a quote directly from selected suppliers
• View and evaluate supplier responses
• Award a contract to the winning supplier
06/12/2019 11:00 amRegister now
eProcurement 101: The real impact of Brexit - 45mins
Currently it is unclear when, or exactly on what terms, the UK’s exit from the EU will happen. The EU has agreed to extend the deadline for our departure until 31 January 2020 – however, the UK may leave before that date if agreement on the terms of our withdrawal can be reached.
Post Brexit, and depending on the nature of the agreement, the UK will be able to reform its approach to public procurement. At a time of considerable change, it is vital to have complete insight into current and future opportunities, and to understand the dynamics that are changing the public sector supply landscape.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION: The date of this webinar may change if the UK leaves before the deadline or a fourth Brexit extension is agreed.