Data and Connectivity - Driving Value Through the Supply Chain
Case Study: Royal BAM Group
This session was originally presented at Procurement Leaders – World Procurement Congress 2020.
Make fact-based decisions. Leverage data to identify bottlenecks and opportunities. Learn how a multinational, de-centralised procurement function, Royal BAM Group are developing internal and external improvement strategies to advance procurement with more accurate predictions to minimise risk and improve vendor performance.
In this case study you will hear how Royal BAM Group:
- Developed a uniform approach on global scale
- Achieved a holistic view with fragmented IT landscape to produce insight-led & actionable data
- Continuously improve vendor predictability to drive value and mitigate supplier risk
- Influence a culture change within procurement and wider organisation
Gain new insights from Anouk Vis, Global Director Procurement Excellence and Guido Scheepens, Procurement Systems Expert from Royal BAM Group!
Royal BAM Group is a leading construction company in Europe with a few home markets: Netherlands, United Kingdom, Belgium, Ireland and Germany. Each with their own buyer organisation. With several thousand users stretching far beyond the procurement community, managing thousands of vendors, supplier performance scorecards, contracts and several thousand segmentation assessments – developing a standardised global view of data is a challenge.