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Driving MRO efficiency
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Avoid disruption - planned vs unplanned rail maintenance

As rail firms look to make cost efficiencies, having the right strategy for both planned and unplanned maintenance can be a significant boost to the bottom line
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The full MRO package

MRO purchases in the packaging industry are often made more complicated by strict health and safety rules but that doesn’t mean there aren’t opportunities to make efficiencies
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Removing hidden costs from the NHS

With the NHS under pressure to make billions of pounds-worth of savings by 2020, a strategy for consumables procurement could help it make significant strides
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COVID-19 is increasing demand for eProcurement in MRO

One way to reduce the cost of MRO procurement is to automate the process
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2020 Indirect Procurement Report

The 2020 Indirect Procurement Report provides an in-depth look at the category for Maintenance, Repair & Operations (MRO), the impact of COVID-19, how the category is managed and the role of techn...
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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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Making public sector MRO procurement more efficient

Public services range from the dangerous to the routine. But they are all essential to maintaining a safe and secure society, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic.  
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Keeping the lights on without breaking the bank

It’s almost impossible to picture a world without electricity. But when the networks that distribute it were designed it would have been just as hard to imagine the way in which it is now used.