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Unlike other spend management platforms, blur’s procurement solution gives you the added feature of hands-on managed services throughout the sourcing and delivery of your business requirements. Think of us as an extension of your procurement team, specifically focused on optimizing your indirect spend.
blur Group’s Platform was initially designed for the needs of services procurement over 10 years ago and has since expanded to include goods. We provide you with both a cloud-based, global Marketplace as well as a Managed Services team who provide support to you from your initial request through to the final receipt of your deliverables. Our purchasing platform is agile, fast and includes high-quality suppliers from around the world to bid on your requirements. Best of all, the transparency in the Platform helps you maintain compliance across your organization -- systematically without compromising on the autonomy your budget holders expect.
With zero integration required, the Platform gives you and your category buyers immediate access to procure services. And if you’re looking for comprehensive spend management solutions to optimize your indirect spend across both services and goods, blur’s Buyer Plans offer account plans that include tiered PO approvals, spend trackers, company wide controls, account management & security.
What are the benefits for you as a procurement professional?
“Exceptional quality and over-delivery better than we could have sourced ourselves.”
“It took two weeks to find the copywriters needed for our campaign using the Exchange. The last time I’d tried to do this it had taken me several months.”
“Such a model is aimed at the higher-end market. Big companies with big budgets that want to tap into the world’s expert pool without being locked into lengthy contracts.”
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