As of today, i.e. April 16, 2014, the threshold for public procurement contracts is increased. The threshold for an obligatory application of the public procurement procedure is now EUR 30,000, while previously it was EUR 14,000. This modification is particularly important for typical awarding entities.
Companies have conducted advanced purchasing analyses for nearly two decades. During this time, the market adapted to a vast range of technological solutions. To summarise, the new expectations in the area of purchasing analysis have been stimulated by changes in IT, data management, new tools and technology. Such database solutions as in-memory computing, Big Data […]
On the website of the Public Procurement Office, there is a report on the public procurement contracts controls carried out in 2013 by the PPO President, financed from the European Union funds. Public contracts co-financed by European Union is an interesting topic as it relates to the entities that are not obliged to apply the […]
”To operate even more globally” – this is a shared conclusion of the participants to the panel of transactions in distributed organisational structures during the Marketplanet OnePlace Conference. “Whether to be global is not a question today. This is simply be, or not to be, on the market. And we should act quickly”, said Mariusz […]
One place for communication and transaction for buyers and sellers, creating common value on the global market, purchasing as a key element of Purchase to Pay process – those are the main issues, discussed during OnePlace Conference (Sopot, 13-14 march, 2014)