WPC consists of sixteen Unitary Authorities in South, Mid and West Wales, three Unitary Authorities in North East Wales and five associate members from other public sector organisations including Housing Associations and Fire & Rescue Services.
For WPC, a PROACTIS Alito user since 2009, the upgrade to PROACTIS Contract Management will enable it to better manage and control their consortium of supplier contracts. It will also allow them to monitor and manage the foods complaints process for all member local authorities responsible for delivering food services.
PROACTIS Contract Management is expected to provide WPC improved visibility and control of contracts, by ensuring member organisations consistently utilise established contracts when buying goods and services. It will provide a central repository for all types of supplier contracts; automatically collect purchase activity and delivery activity for analysis of supplier performance and buyer commitments. And it will continually monitor contract dates and other criteria, alerting the appropriate people when reviews or actions are needed.