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Supply base management

A single, comprehensive solution for your supplier relationships

Most large organizations have tens of thousands of suppliers. It is imperative to collect, organize, maintain and share information about these suppliers to manage the risk in your supply chain.

Scanmarket’s Supply Base Management solution provides a single, comprehensive solution for your supplier relationships.

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Key features of Scanmarket SBM

Supply base management includes

  1. Single repository for supplier information
  2. Supplier self-registration and customizable questionnaires
  3. Suppliers can manage their own profiles including certifications, files, contact info, etc.
  4. Complete buyer control & approvals by category
  5. Communication and messaging functions, either ad-hoc or scheduled
  6. Search and review function across all supplier sourcing activities
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Key Benefits

Accuracy of data, reduced errors
Compliance fines and avoidance
Enablement of new suppliers
Efficiency of staff
Risk Management and Avoidance
Sourcing results from better information

"Scanmarket has provided excellent support, experience and expertise."

— Karen Thompson, eSourcing Manager at Anglian Water

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Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

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Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

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Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

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Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

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Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

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Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

Expand

Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

Expand

Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress

Here is the headline of the latest blog entry

Expand

Situation

  1. The buyer wanted to go out to the market to consider a new Recruitment and Temporary Labour Agent.
  2. The business was not really unsatisfied with the incumbent provider, but wanted to consider alternative solutions that could include additional services as well as lower costs.
  3. Spend £1,200,000 a year for several sites across the United Kingdom.
  4. Contract had not been renegotiated for years.

Solution

  1. A structured Request for Proposal (eRFP) process was initiated.
  2. Stakeholder requirements added to the eRFP - suppliers were asked how they would handle things like Management Reporting, Quality Systems, Online booking etc.
  3. Documents like purchasing terms & conditions, Service Level Agreement, Ordering & Management processes etc. uploaded to the eRFP.
  4. 50+ suppliers invited.
  5. To participate suppliers had to accept an NDA in order to be allowed access to the eRFP.
  6. Suppliers were given 2 weeks to complete their response Built-in Question & Answer process to handle all queries.

Result

  1. About 20 suppliers could not meet the requirements so were excluded from the process
  2. 29 suppliers were capable of handling the contract
  3. Price indications showed a very tight competition and it was decided to proceed to an eAuction negotiation prior to award of contract
Compress