1. E-procurement Application
Electronic procurement, also known as e-procurement, is the business-to-business (B2B) requisitioning, ordering and purchasing of goods and services over the internet.
An enterprise chief procurement officer (CPO) or procurement department usually sets the policies governing procurement of materials within an organization, with the goal of acquiring a product or service of the greatest value at the best possible price at the time it is needed.
To meet this goal, procurement leaders negotiate contracts, establish relationships with suppliers and set guidelines or limits on what spending can take place for which items. E-procurement software allows procurement leaders to automate adherence to these policies, contracts and vendor relationships within the system.
E-procurement applications allow employees to manage their own purchases, from the selection of the desired items from within a preprogrammed offering that matches the procurement offices parameters for cost and quality and supplier; to submitting requisitions; to tracking delivery status.
This automation streamlines the procurement process and makes it more efficient, thereby making it faster and less costly. It also removes low-value tasks from the procurement department, which can then redirect its resources to higher-value activities such as negotiating contracts.
Furthermore, the tools within many e-procurement applications allow procurement leaders to customize the procurement experience, determine which items will be available through e-procurement to which users. Many platforms also offer access over smartphones and tablets.
2. Advantages and disadvantages of e-procurement
Similar to the implementation of other electronic systems, implementing an e-procurement application comes with potential challenges, particularly around installing and integrating the software with other enterprise back-end systems; training employees to use it; and working with suppliers to ensure a smooth transition to the new computer system.
E-procurement can produce significant benefits for the organizations that implement it. It can lower transactional costs, increase visibility of enterprise procurement spending, and deliver better reporting of procurement trends and metrics through automation. It can also limit or eliminate so-called maverick spending, which happens when employees procure products off contract, in other words, purchases outside the parameters set in contracts negotiated by the procurement office and suppliers.
3. Terms and Conditions :
a. To join the Acreditation Vendors List (AVL) at PT. POMI, the vendor shall register via E-Procurement System
b. Registration form of Acreditation Vendors List (AVL) provided below is applied only to the vendors who are not yet as Registered Vendors List at PT. POMI
c. The vendors who have registered through this Registration Form have to validate and show the authentic documents to the Bureau of Procurement or the Procurement Division.
d. Username and Password will be sent to the registered email immediately after the vendors validate the documents
e. For further information regarding the Terms and Conditions of E-Procurement System PT. POMI, please download the following file: Registration Procedures (https://intip.in/oh10).
f. Then continue by filling out the form below if you have understood the registration procedure
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