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  • Marc-André Boivin

The Benefits of Leveraging a Certified Digital Advisor for Procurement

Advisor helping with procurement

Procurement has come a long way from the traditional methods of purchasing goods and services. With the rise of e-procurement, businesses have access to a wider range of suppliers, streamlined processes, and cost savings. However, transitioning to e-procurement can be a daunting task, especially for small and medium-sized businesses. 


To help navigate this transition, businesses can leverage the expertise of a Certified Digital Advisor. As stated in a blog post by the Business Development Bank of Canada, a Certified Digital Advisor is "a professional who has been trained to help small and medium-sized businesses use digital technologies to grow their companies."  

In the context of procurement, a Certified Digital Advisor can guide businesses through the process of implementing e-procurement solutions. They can provide insights on the best e-procurement platforms and tools to use, as well as offer guidance on integrating these solutions with existing business processes. 

Furthermore, a Certified Digital Advisor can help businesses optimize their procurement processes, ensuring that they are efficient and cost-effective. They can help businesses identify areas where they can reduce costs and streamline processes, such as automating routine tasks and consolidating suppliers.  

Overall, leveraging the expertise of a Certified Digital Advisor can help businesses make the most of e-procurement solutions. By doing so, businesses can access a wider range of suppliers, streamline procurement processes, and reduce costs. In today's digital age, businesses that fail to adapt to e-procurement risk falling behind their competitors. With the help of a Certified Digital Advisor, businesses can stay ahead of the game and reap the benefits of e-procurement. 

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