Procurement software is the automation of the procurement process across a web-based system which allows buyers and sellers to locate each other quickly and submit relevant bids for products and services.

By implementing reliable procurement software or services, it enables a company to stabilize the process of obtaining necessary materials and services at quite affordable rates. Of course, besides the obvious financial advantages, procurement software/service also helps a company to have sustainable economic growth.

Today, we’re going to talk about the ways you can effectively sell your procurement software/services.

To start it off, let’s look at the key benefits of having good procurement.

Improved Spend Visibility

All transaction details are stored and monitored regularly. It gives complete details about the passage of the money regarding the cost, suppliers, and quality and time of delivery of the products, etc.

Cost Savings

A procurement system analyzes the areas where high and low … Read more

PepsiCo will employ a diversified portfolio of solutions, including Power Purchase Agreements (PPAs) that will support the development of new projects such as solar and wind farms around the world

PepsiCo Inc. has announced a new target to source 100{429fc2506e610357e12b2a5665db82631200a2e00b3a1d8839077d76f18e2e8b} renewable electricity across all of its company-owned and controlled operations globally by 2030 and across its entire franchise and third-party operations by 2040.

With PepsiCo’s scale, the transition has the potential to reduce approximately 2.5 million metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions by 2040, the equivalent of taking more than half a million cars off the road for a full year. This announcement builds upon the company’s global efforts to increase its use of renewable energy sources and its transition to renewable electricity in the US, its largest market, announced earlier this year.

“With the devastating effects of climate change being felt around the world, and the global food … Read more

Investors are concerned another stock market crash is coming. The second wave of coronavirus infections is possibly on the way, and increased lockdown measures are being considered. This would very likely hurt the markets, and they’re getting jittery. The FTSE 100 and other major indexes have declined today, adding to the drops seen last week. 

But what should an investor do if worried about those fears of a bear market becoming a reality? In times like these, I like to take advice from investors who’ve seen it all before and have long track records of success.

Stock markets crash

Renowned investor Peter Lynch has accepted that dealing with bear markets is part and parcel of investing, and so should we. At some point, every investor will see the value of their portfolios dip. So, what’s an investor to do about this?

“You get recessions, you have stock market declines. If

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A British man who was part of a hacking collective called The Dark Overlord was sentenced Monday to five years in prison for helping the group steal information from several companies in the U.S., including Missouri, Illinois and Georgia.

Nathan Francis Wyatt, 39, was sentenced after he pleaded guilty in federal court in St. Louis to conspiring to commit aggravated identity theft and computer fraud. He was also ordered to pay about $1.5 million in restitution.

Federal prosecutors said The Dark Overlord stole medical records, client files and personal information from the companies, then demanded between $75,000 and $300,000 worth of Bitcoin to return the information. None of the companies paid the ransom but the conspiracy did cost them because of the intrusion and release of data, federal prosecutor Laura Kathleen Bernstein said.

Wyatt set up a phone account and accounts on Twitter and PayPal that were used to communicate … Read more

LEGO’s investment will also focus on a range of social and environmentally focussed actions to inspire children through learning through play, making the business more circular, and achieving carbon-neutral operations

The LEGO Group has announced plans to invest up to US$400m/£308m over three years to accelerate sustainability and social responsibility initiatives. The investment will cover both long-term investments and ongoing costs.

The company, which has made a series of moves over the past 10 years to build a better planet for future generations, believes it’s increasingly urgent and important to prioritise environmental and social activity.

“We cannot lose sight of the fundamental challenges facing future generations. It’s critical we take urgent action now to care for the planet and future generations,” said The LEGO Group CEO, Niels B Christiansen. ”

“As a company who looks to children as our role models, we are inspired by the millions of kids … Read more