Project Procurement Management by Oxalys
Manage your purchases in project mode, track schedules and targets, make your Procurement Department more efficient
Create and edit procurement projects
The Buyer or Project Procurement Manager uploads the projects they manage into the software. 100% collaborative, the solution is able to unite teams, often made up of stakeholders from different business lines, around a common project. Data and document sharing features further strengthen collective efficiency.
- create and modify projects
- projects organised in folders and files
- project templates
- manage stakeholders and their roles
Set tasks from the procurement action plan
With its table view, the procurement action plan lists and plans all stages of the project, from the RFx to the supplier improvement plan.
- Gantt chart
- organise tasks and actions
- create and modify tasks and deliverables
They place their trust in Oxalys
”The usability of the solution and our approach to change management helped us to achieve one of our main objectives, namely procurement coverage.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.
FAQ Project procurement management
Managing purchases in project mode is the responsibility of lead buyers. They guide their project using the company’s internal resources. Procurement project mode means working with other departments (legal, quality, logistics, etc.) to develop a procurement action plan for the various stakeholders to follow.
The strategic and operational steering of procurement projects and related activities covers various fields. Below is a non-exhaustive list:
- tender (public/private) management and monitoring
- contract procedure management and monitoring
- purchasing files management and monitoring
- contract execution management and monitoring
- supplier innovation project management and monitoring
- supplier improvement plan management and monitoring
- procurement project management and monitoring
The first step in setting up a procurement project within a company is raising awareness of procurement among the staff. Then, the needs of each department or business must to be taken into consideration. Everyone has different needs that must be understood and taken into account when developing a procurement plan. Finally, after defining each project stage, the action plan needs to be implemented with measurable objectives defined.
Each project is different but these are the main stages of a RFx project :
- need identification
- supplier consultation
- call for tenders
- supplier selection
- negotiation of prices and terms
- contract management
- project launch
- action monitoring
- data analysis
- quality control
- application of corrective actions, if needed