What is ESG and how the supply chain can help you achieve it

Regardless of the industry, sustainability is in everyone’s agenda. The actions taken today will define the future of our planet. People, businesses and governments must mobilize and adapt their choices and activities to good environmental p...

Compliance in Procurement: from obstacle to strategic factor for your company

In the dynamic B2B business environment, the integrity and efficiency of the purchasing sector are crucial for expanding a company’s competitive edge. Therefore, strengthening corporate governance and adopting compliance practices are no lon...

Procurement professional: a career for the future

If you are thinking of being a procurement professional or if it’s worth still investing in a buyer’s career, you must know that the supply management area is one that shows the fastest growth in the country. In fact, procurement is am...

Ten KPIs to measure the performance of your procurement area

In recent years, the procurement area has undergone significant transformations. The buyer is no longer just an ‘order taker’ and has evolved into a strategic professional. With these changes, monitoring KPIs (Key Performance Indicator...

5 insights on hyperautomation and new technologies in procurement

The procurement sector is undergoing significant transformations. The deployment of robust technologies and hyperautomation has raised many doubts, which is only natural when we talk about a change process. In this post of our blog, we’ll ex...

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The future of ESG: trends that will shape investments in 2024

In recent years, ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) has stood out as a crucial factor in the creation of value, both for consumers and investors.  A recent study conducted by EY revealed that ESG affects 99% of investment decisions in Braz...

What are savings in procurement and how you can save even more

In a procurement context, savings represent an indicator of how much the buyers manage to save by achieving, in a negotiation, a price lower than the baseline (base value of purchasing from a supplier), or a projection of savings in a given period...

Business Intelligence (BI): what is it, what are its benefits and how it can be used in your procurement area

Business Intelligence (BI) is a set of technologies used to collect, analyze, monitor and share large volumes of data. In procurement, the use of BI allows you to plan relevant strategies for the area and make better decisions. BI has a very impor...

Sustainable procurement: how to get a procurement area engaged with ESG?

ESG is the acronym for Environmental, Social and governance. The initiative came to being in 2014, through the UN Global Compact, and is now considered a key issue for businesses to generate value for consumers and investors. To have a glimpse of ...