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Novos has moved offices to Units No 15 & 16, 7 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7SL, UK.

Sarah Cotgreave of Novos becomes Fellow of Chartered Institute of Purchasing and Supply.
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Sourcing and Outsourcing Services Limited changes name to Novos Limited.
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  eProcurement drives many benefits including sustained value and savings, improved control over procurement processes, provision of critical management information, and optimisation of procurement transaction costs.

eCommerce balances the requirements of both the buyer and seller and can be used to increase the efficiency of commercial transactions between buyers and sellers and the flow of aid or research grants between donors and recipients or research institutions.

It is vital to ensure that you have the right strategy and objectives and that the Business Case is well defined and understood by all involved. Implementation is not just about ensuring that the technology works but is primarily a change management activity to ensure stakeholders are bought into the solution and to drive engagement and/or compliance to realise the benefits.

Implementation of eProcurement can act as a catalyst for other organisational transformation programmes helping to drive change and better practices in other areas such as Finance and Shared Services.

Novos consultants have implemented eCommerce strategies and change management programmes in a number of leading global organisations. We also managed the UK public sector implementation of the innovative eProcurement Solutions toolkit including eSourcing and the Zanzibar Marketplace on behalf of These tools have been implemented by more than one hundred public sector organisations in the UK.

Our consultants can help you with implementation and specialist training in the following eProcurement tools:
  • Purchase to Pay and electronic catalogues
  • Print and Campaign Management tools
  • Marketplaces
  • Purchasing Cards
  • eInvoicing solutions
  • Supplier Engagement and enrolment
  • Electronic Reverse Auctions (eAuctions)
  • eSourcing tools including
    • eTendering and eRFX
    • eEvaluation
    • eCollaboration
  • eContract Management
Note: Zanzibar Marketplace is a registered Trademark of