procurement report

10 Mar 2019
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75-80% fall into procurement by accident
31 May 2016
According to Hotelier Middle East's Hospitality Procurement Report 2016, procurement skills in the region are "outdated", and procurement professionals are in need of significant training for both hard and soft
Outsourcing could save hotels 30-50% of costs
26 May 2016
Outsourcing back-office roles could save hotels between 30-50% of costs. Yet, 49% of respondents in Hotelier's Hospitality Procurement Report 2016 expressed concern over a lack of qualified third party service
Sustainability is a low priority for procurement
24 May 2016
Just 13% of respondents in the Hotelier Middle East Hospitality Procurement Report 2016 said that they would "only do business with suppliers that can prove their green credentials"
Procurement considered a "cut off department"
19 May 2016
According to Hotelier Middle East's Hospitality Procurement Report 2016, procurement teams have been tarred with the reputation of not working in collaboration with other departments in the hotel

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