Etihad Airways' procurement and supply management department recently received three prestigious awards from the Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply (CIPS) at the Middle East Awards ceremony held in Abu Dhabi earlier this month.
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE, today (June 24) hosted a symposium for more than 500 representatives of local and global businesses, suppliers, commerce and government departments.
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IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) is, in essence, the delivery of technology on a subscription basis, thereby turning Information Technology from a capital to an operational expense, said experts.
This brings much needed flexibility in IT p
Emrill, a leading facilities management provider in the UAE, has signed a deal with 36 Strategies, a provider of strategic sourcing and vendor management, to revolutionise their entire procurement to pay and supply chain management process.
Technip, a global leader in project management, engineering and construction for the energy industry, said it has won a an engineering, procurement, installation and commissioning (EPIC) contract from Dubai Petroleum.
As per the contract,
Enterprise Qatar, a new entity to develop the SME sector in Qatar, recently held an SME-driven initiative, the SME Thinktank, to discuss plans facilitating SMEs’ access to government and semi-government projects’ procurement.
The EQ Thinkt
The Dubai government has launched its official procurement portal, Supply2Dubai, which will act as the single online destination for all suppliers engaged for business with the Government.
Announcing the launch on Tuesday, Dubai eGovernmen
Bahrain-based Gulf Aluminium Rolling Mill Company (Garmco) has launched the first phase of the strategic eProcurement solution which will transform the firm's procurement processes to international practice level.
A consortium led by Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) has signed a contract on procurement solutions and business efficiencies with the UK-based Achilles Information Limited.
The agreement was signed by Energy Minister and Bapco board chai
The World Trade Organization (WTO) clinched a landmark reform of its government procurement agreement, opening $100 billion of government contracts to foreign competition and paving the way for more countries, including China, to join the pact.