Drive internal and external compliance with third-party vendors.
Smart automation to achieve outcomes quickly and efficiently.
Minimise spend leakage through consistent process governance.
Gain a deeper understanding of your supply chain with intelligent vendor segmentation, incorporating crucial factors such as financial, commercial, HSEQ, ER/IR and sustainability. Leverage these up-to-date vendor insights at every decision touchpoint.
Seamlessly ensure both internal and external compliance through tailored gated workflows. Empower users and teams to manage your supply chain autonomously and effectively while reinforcing process governance.
Streamline procurement and vendor management activities using rational, action-based workflows. Eliminate guesswork with automated, decision-based matrices and drive reliable outcomes.
Enhance transparency and collaboration throughout the source-to-contract lifecycle for centralised, decentralised and hybrid procurement teams.
Seamlessly manage all tiers of your supply chain with risk-based prequalifications, vendor self-service compliance management portal, flexible segmentation, unique attribute tagging and performance evaluations.
Enable projects and teams to manage sourcing activities while remaining centrally documented in Felix. Tailor sourcing activities including rapid purchasing and comprehensive RFx processes from planning to award.
Manage contracts in a cohesive manner through a robust repository, configurable contract summaries capturing key information, update history and formal variations.
Build and nurture relationships with new vendors through the Felix Vendor Marketplace. Discover vendors by category, geographic location and capacity to deliver your requirements.
Leah Singer, author of the report Creating Value Through Procurement commissioned by Infrastructure New Zealand joins us for a webinar.
Hear a procurement guru share strategies, techniques and tips to help procurement in the post-COVID world.
A back-to-basics journey to define procurement & outline the implications for major infrastructure procurement. Have we been looking at it all wrong?