Manage procurement KPIs with Oxalys Analytics
Connect your procurement portal to your business intelligence solution, easily export your data to Excel, generate dynamic dashboards
Run custom analysis
Our indicator creation and analysis solution provides you with all the data you need to analyse procurement processes. The solution contains a range of report templates, and lets you create any kind of report you need.
- analysis and reporting (bar charts, pie charts, curves, crossover, drill down, etc.)
- procurement process performance
- supplier performance
- buyer activity
Integrate procurement into your Business Intelligence solution
The custom analysis features let you use data found in the Oxalys data warehouse within your company’s Business Intelligence solution.
- data warehouse (data base)
- compatibility with market BI systems (Business Object, Cognos, Crystal Report, etc.)
They place their trust in Oxalys
”We couldn’t be pioneers in product innovation without a highly developed and innovative information system! We needed a business solution for procurement.Stéphane Faustin-LeybachNAOS Group Procurement Director
Client Testimonial – Naos
To support the group’s strong growth, the Procurement Department has developed an innovative procurement strategy that resulted in the implementation, at the beginning of 2017, of a digital procurement and SRM solution called NAOS Store.
Tracking procurement performance helps you identify where and how you can improve your processes. To track procurement KPIs, we recommend standardizing your methods and the chosen performance indicators. By constantly measuring pre-set performance indicators, it becomes easier to analyse short- and long-term evolutions.
Business Intelligence software is a digital decision-making tool that procurement managers use to collect, analyse and exploit data that can inform the strategic decision-making process. A BI tool not only lets you process data you can use in reports, but also lets you create dashboards to evaluate your company’s procurement performance.
There are several procurement KPIs that can be measured. You choose the ones that are right for your particular context and targets. The most useful include :
Economic performance indicators :
- annual spend value
- average purchase basket
- purchase profits
Activity indicators :
- number of purchase requisitions
- purchasing cost per order
- number of suppliers per order type
- number of suppliers
Quality indicators :
- non-compliant orders
- supplier performance
- average order processing time