EFFSO News

Here you can read about what is happening at EFFSO and what is new in the purchasing world.

The mindset and capabilities required to digitize procurement

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Part two of our interview with Jacob Gorm Larsen Like every year, EFFSO organizes a CPO Round Table which gathers around 20 Chief Procurement Officers from Swedish companies. Digitalization of procurement has been a part of the agenda during the last five years. During our last CPO Round Table we had the opportunity to listen…

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Jacob Gorm Larsen

How to get started with digital procurement

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Jacob G Larsen, the Digital Procurement Evangelist Every year EFFSO organizes a CPO Round Table with 20 Chief Procurement Officers from Swedish companies, and digitalization of procurement has been a part of the agendaat least for the last five years. During our last CPO Round Table in October 2021, we had the opportunity to listen…

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Jacob Gorm Larsen, talking about digital procurement at EFFSO CPO Round Table 2021

Main Capital-backed Onventis aquires Spendency from EFFSO Group

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The Source-to-Pay procurement suite provider Onventis announces the acquisition of the Swedish spend analytics specialist Spendency from EFFSO Group. The investment is backed by software investor Main Capital Partners. Onventis and Spendency leadership teams share a common vision of growth. The aim is to become a leading European software group while also transforming the field…

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Onventis Spendency acquisition

An interview with Robert Liljeblad from Peab

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As purchasing geeks, we at EFFSO love to highlight organisations that undergo a so-called purchasing transformation. We therefore took a deep-dive into the construction and civil engineering company Peab’s transformative journey. It’s a journey that was first started with the help of EFFSO and is now being continued by Peab’s Procurement and Supply Chain Development…

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Peab, Robert Liljeblad

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