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Driving procurement efficiency for MRO supplies
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Switch onto MRO savings

With ever-greater pressure on utilities companies to provide value for money to the customers they serve, maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) provides an ideal opportunity to implement efficienci...
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Upgrading to first class MRO

For the aerospace and defence sectors, the diverse nature of indirect procurement spending means that significant savings can be made through having the right MRO strategy
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Empowering change in MRO procurement

Change is hard, and this can put businesses off doing things differently - but we shouldn't let fear of failure stop us making the improvements that will take us into the future.
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The art of continuous improvement in MRO

Sometimes the only way to make progress towards a goal is to break your objective into bite-sized pieces and get there one step at a time.
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The benefits of shared strategic responsibilities

There are many ways in which businesses can start to delegate some of their responsibilities to their suppliers, simultaneously improving service and reducing overall cost.
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Three ways suppliers can help utility firms to be more efficient

With regulators putting pressure on the utilities sector to hit efficiency targets, RS’s Chris Cruise explains why effective indirect procurement is vital
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The Industrial Internet of Things – turning future into fact

IIoT predictive analytics allow manufacturers to detect defects long before they become apparent to human senses
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Driving down MRO costs

An already competitive industry needs to look at how it can tighten its belt and become more efficient over the next five years.