Rebecca Ellinor Tyler is former editor of Supply Management
Rebecca Ellinor Tyler
Supply Management

Rebecca Ellinor Tyler is former editor of Supply Management

There are plenty of things procurement professionals can do to be prepared ©Getty Images
Your supply chain survival guide for Brexit
Will we take a Virgin Hyperloop One from New York and be in London in 4.5 hours? 600mph transport is being planned ©Getty Images
Procurement in 2050
Is this what your procurement team will look like in 2050? ©Peter Cade/Getty Images
Prepare your CV: procurement jobs of 2050
A new order management system supports the presence of physical stores, turning them into fulfilment centres
Case study: gamifying Whistles' shop floor challenge
Dear bank manager, is it OK if I pay my mortgage in four months, when I get paid? ©EyeEm/Getty Images
Time's up for late payers
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Case study: benefit is part of the infrastructure
Not having enough data is no longer a problem. Now we have too much – and need the right processes to use it. ©Getty Images/iStockphoto
Why clean data is essential
The procurement system uses AI to find and fix PO problems, explains Wilson ©Vodafone
Interview: Ninian Wilson on Vodafone's digital transformation
GSK's tech procurement team is partnering with start-ups to make the best use of new developments in technology ©GlaxoSmithKline
Case study: how GSK stays agile – the ‘fail-fast’ way
Vestas wind turbines operate across the globe, with 24,600 employees under the company's umbrella ©Vestas
Case study: procurement helped Vestas win top spot
House concept helps Vodafone procurement team picture all its work
How procurement at Vodafone delivered in seven days
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