Procurement within the education sector is experiencing a time of change. Educational organisations are moving away from transactional buying and are creating long-term buying strategies.
Ultimately, professionals in the sector must work together to improve educational outcomes for pupils. By procuring as trusts or in other collaborative groups, buyers can channel the savings back into frontline services.
Getting started, teams need the right technology for collaboration and experts who can support them when they are doing it – that’s where Delta comes in.
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Delta’s Dynamic Purchasing System is wholly electronic, allowing the education sector to get better value for money from their suppliers and meet the requirements of laws such as Regulation 22 of the Public Contracts Regulations 2015. This will come in handy when looking for the best value providers of core requirements such as teaching technologies and stationery.
If you are interested in updating your current eProcurement strategy, our team of experts would be more than happy to talk you through the latest changes in education procurement.
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We have worked with many organisations like yours…
The eProcurement solution your organisation is using should automatically help it to reduce costs and remove time and effort from manual processes. Our team has already supported many within the education sector to improve their procurement strategy and maximise budget throughout the process.
Louisa Tejeda-Wood, Purchasing Services, University of Bradford:
“Since adopting the Delta eSourcing suite 18 months ago, Delta has proved to be a user-friendly and cost-effective electronic tendering system. Offering excellent value for money, the functionality has enabled the University to streamline procedures, increase transparency and empower key stakeholders.”
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