Purchasing and Procurement Products and Equipment
NEW YORK—After numerous delays that cast doubt on whether a new BlackBerry would ever see the light of day, Canada’s smartphone pioneer revealed its new phones January 29—products it hopes will revitalize its competitive edge. The company formerly known as Research In Motion—and now simply BlackBerry—will unleash a new smartphone in Canadian stores February 5, ...
The value of the deal is just under $200,000
Company’s Freedom Access Control solution to protect high security facility
The company has built and delivered over 1,400 buses for NYCT since 1996
DSSI will manage Faurecia's highly fragmented spend purchased through non-strategic, indirect suppliers.
Deal with the Colombian Ministry of National Defence covers light armoured vehicles
Through the five-year deal, the carrier's 7,000 flight attendants will use Bentley luggage
New electronic components on the market
Systems to be used for physical security and safety
The project will deliver Ku-band and Ka-band multiplexers, switches and microwave components for communications satellite
Contract has a nominal value of US$81 million
The group will use Ivalua Buyer V7 to manage its supplier database
As office furniture procurement has become more complex, purchasing professionals would do well to heed the advantages specialists can provide.
The IMS DriveSync platform uses in-vehicle devices, cloud computing and cellular networks for road charging
South African Maritime Safety Authority now has access to berth-to-berth vessel tracking
ClaimCenter software designed to help increase claims processing speed and efficiency.
GPS tracking proves its worth
Mobile payments on Rogers NFC-enabled devices to be protected by Gemalto’s SIM-based software security
Alcoa peer-reviewed study looks at the benefits of switching from steel wheels.
Retreadable tire for worksites and highway