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Felix - The Year in Review

Insider, Team

Felix has had one for the record books this past financial year. With more product releases than ever before, new partnerships with some of Australia’s leading Tier-1 organisations, and a team that continues to grow exponentially, this year Felix has taken a major step to becoming one of Australia’s leading procurement technology providers.   

In this blog I will provide you with some highlights from the past year, along with a sneak peek into our future. 

Working with your vendors to reduce the risks of modern slavery

Insider, News, Technology adoption

Ever since its passing by the Australian Government in late 2018, the Modern Slavery Act has been a key area of focus at procurement conferences and trade shows across Australia. However, while it is often on the agenda, the nuances of this complex act remains a mystery to many.

New government regulation affecting supply chains - and what you can do to keep up

Insider, News, Technology adoption

A new Australian Government policy is designed to prevent Black Economy activities from harming the integrity of the supply chain involved in the government's procurement.

The 3 types of procurement technology adopters: which category do you fall into?

Technology, Technology adoption

What’s your relationship with procurement technology? Does your organisation trial and error the full breadth of the market, or is any new software implementation a multi-year process?

Future-proof your organisation with the right technology partnership

Technology, Technology adoption

Rapidly evolving digital technology is impacting procurement processes across many organisations and industries. With higher-than-ever demand for savings, transparency, efficiency, and value-driven procurement, companies must embrace this change to keep up with the competition.

Social procurement in Australia and how to prepare for it

Insider, News, Technology

Are you leveraging social enterprises in your tenders? Because your competitors are. There's a growing expectation for contractors to include social enterprise when bidding and delivering commercial and major government projects, yet navigating social procurement remains a minefield for many. Understanding how social procurement can work with, and for the benefit, of your organisation is crucial to ensure survival in today's complex and changing construction environment. It takes canvassing the current market landscape and tools available.  

Register for work on: Acciona Energy's Wind and Solar potential future projects

Interested in working on renewable energy projects? Acciona Energy is expanding their supplier base for upcoming Wind and Solar projects and want to hear from interested companies! It's FREE to register your business. 

The real cost of slow hiring decisions in a project environment

Nobody likes making mistakes when it comes to the hiring process, but every once in a while, and often without their knowledge, someone is going to make a bad decision. Whether it be timing or the quality of the hire, in construction it can derail the progress of a project resulting in the need for damage control from project start-up.

Insights from #PASAPremier 2017 that every procurement and supply professional should consider

The PASA Premier ConfeX in Melbourne was over in a blur. Two days. Countless seminars, pitches, plenary sessions and networking events. 

The bottom-line cost of ineffective handovers between pre-contracts and project delivery teams

In the construction industry, procurement is undoubtedly one of the most commonly duplicated tasks between pre-contracts, commercial and project delivery teams. The reality is that companies of all sizes and disciplines do not facilitate simple collaboration between the different business units. Critical supplier information gets lost in emails, spreadsheets, folders, and meetings, making it difficult to share. The end result? Wasted resources and a significant cost to the company.