PROACTIS News

Record Year for PROACTIS Customers Achieving Procurement Recognition

PROACTIS, a global provider of Spend Control and eProcurement solutions, congratulates a long list of its customers on the success and recognition they have achieved from their Spend Control initiatives in a range of industry awards over the past year.  

“The recognition our customers have received from the industry’s leading awards for procurement excellence is really encouraging and demonstrates what is possible when best practice and leading-edge technology is used to transform procurement processes” said Simon Dadswell, Marketing Director, PROACTIS.

“We have a number of customers nominated for upcoming awards, including the Procurement Leaders Awards in May which is one of the most celebrated and sought after awards in procurement. These nominations come off the back of a succession of customer achievement at major industry awards.” 


Procurement Leaders Awards – May 2015

  • Cancer Research UK: Shortlisted in ‘Transformation’ category for ‘Transforming Procurement’ project
  • City of Cardiff Council: Shortlisted in ‘Public Sector’ category for ‘Procurement Transformation’ project
  • Coillte: Shortlisted in ‘Innovation’ category for ‘Electronic Purchase to Pay System’ project
  • Fujistu: Shortlisted in two categories: ‘Learning & Development’ for ‘Passport 2 Procure’ project and ‘Supply Chain Initiative’ for ‘SME Engagement Programme’ 
 

Education Procurement Excellence Awards – June 2015

  • Smith & Williamson: Shortlisted in ‘Best Overall Results in Procurement – All Through’ category 
 

Society of Procurement Officers (SOPO) Awards – April 2015

  • City of Cardiff Council: Won the awards for ‘Outstanding Savings Delivery’ and ‘Procurement Team of the Year’
  • Caerphilly County Borough Council: Shortlisted in ‘Best Supplier Engagement Initiative’ and ‘Procurement Team of the Year’ categories
  • East Midlands Strategic Commercial Unit (EMSCU): Shortlisted in ‘Procurement Team of the Year’ category
  • London Borough of Newham and London Borough of Havering Councils: Shortlisted in ‘Outstanding Savings Delivery’ category
  • London Borough of Tower Hamlets: Shortlisted in ‘Excellence in Delivering Social Value’ category
 

Welsh National Procurement Awards – March 2015

  • Caerphilly County Borough Council: Won ‘Outstanding Contribution to Procurement’ award and shortlisted in ‘Innovation through Procurement’ category
  • City of Cardiff Council: Won ‘Innovation through Procurement’ award and shortlisted in ‘E-Procurement’, ‘Most Progressive Public Procurement Org’ and ‘Outstanding Contribution’ categories
  • Torfaen County Borough Council: Shortlisted in ‘Community Benefits’ category
  • Wrexham County Borough Council: Shortlisted in ‘Most Progressive Public Procurement Org’ category 
 

LGC Awards - March 2015

  • Conwy County Borough Council: Won ‘Entrepreneurial Council of the Year’ award for ‘Events Strategy’ project
  • Leicester City Council: Shortlisted in ‘Business Transformation’ category
  • London Borough of Brent: Won ‘Innovation’ award for ‘Childminding submission’ project
  • London Borough of Enfield: Won ‘Community Involvement’ award for ‘Involving Enfield Residents’ project; highly commended in ‘Entrepreneurial Council of the Year’ category for ‘The Enfield Experiment’
 

Excellence in Public Procurement Awards – February 2015

  • University of Glasgow: Won ‘GO Procurement Team of the Year Award – Other Organisations’ award
  • Caerphilly County Borough Council: Highly Commended in ‘GO Small Business/Third Sector Engagement Initiative of the Year’ category 



Irish National Procurement Awards – December 2014

  • Coillte: Won three awards for ‘Overall Excellence in Procurement’, ‘Best Use of Technology in Procurement’ and ‘Best Green Procurement Initiative’
 
Stay Updated
Keep up to date with PROACTIS news, events and best practice