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AOP for Procurement Executives

Art of Procurement helps procurement executives align their performance with enterprise objectives.

How an organization harnesses external supply markets can be a competitive differentiator – from increased and sustainable cost optimization to reduced supplier risk and the enablement of business growth. 

Procurement is perfectly positioned to be the catalyst that connects supplier performance with corporate objectives. However, that positioning does not always equate to impact at scale – nor does it happen naturally. Some organizations are earlier in their maturity journey, attempting to sell the procurement value proposition to their peers. Others are well positioned but require additional expertise to address unexplored opportunities.

By utilizing our Procurement, Inc. framework, Art of Procurement helps you place procurement at the heart of the enterprise:

Transform the impact of procurement:

We help you build and execute against a roadmap that transforms your procurement team into a strategic services business for your organization.

> Get started with a free benchmarking of your current capabilities against our Procurement, Inc. framework.

Address unexplored opportunities:

We help you identify opportunities across your supply base to elevate your impact and work with our deep network of Experts On-Demand to deliver category and sourcing outcomes that connect directly with organizational needs. Our team are particularly impactful on complex categories and sourcing events.

> Schedule a conversation to discuss the areas of spend where you need to elevate your impact.

Discover the art of the possible while amplifying technical skills:

We publish a weekly free podcast that inspires your team to think differently about the role of procurement. We built the profession’s first programmatic microlearning platform to translate that inspiration into action.

> Learn more about our Nudge platform to help determine if programmatic microlearning may be a fit for your team.

Get a helping hand:

Our procurement transformation coaches help you navigate the major strategic and operational questions that will define your success.

> Let’s discuss your current situation.

The team at Art of Procurement has walked in your shoes. We understand the challenges you face in elevating the impact of procurement. Our approach is to partner with you to better understand your specific situation and develop a roadmap to enable your future-state vision. We’ll recommend ways for you to deliver against the roadmap – whether those include Art of Procurement or not.


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Head of IT SourcingCapital Equipment Company

Art of Procurement impressed me from our first conversation. They brought qualified people to the team with deep knowledge of the market space and the appropriate technical expertise. Managing a project of our size, geographic distribution and complexity, and tight timeline was not an easy undertaking but their project management and business partnering approach had the entire team marching to the same beat.

Head of ProcurementHigh-Growth Saas Company

One of the things I really appreciate about working with Art of Procurement is their flexibility. We’ve had many, many changes to scope but the AOP team is really committed to successful outcomes and they understand that sometimes things can be a bit dynamic.

Head of ProcurementPremium Quick Service Restaurant Chain

The Art of Procurement team helped me see the full scale of our opportunity to transform procurement, communicate it to my team, and build a plan for action.

Head of Procurement Capability DevelopmentGlobal Pharmaceutical Firm

I am inspired by the fresh perspective Art of Procurement brings to each engagement.

Head of Indirect ProcurementLeading Technology Consumables Firm

Philip Ideson is not like a typical procurement consultant that focuses on process, or technology alone. He puts people, and relationships, first. His approach is to demonstrate how procurement can help stakeholders achieve their business objectives. Seeking and building alignment really helped my stakeholders feel like, in procurement, they had a business partner.

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