• alternative to the conventional in-house procurement function

    Proxima is the alternative to the conventional in-house procurement function

    Think of us as an extension to your business. It's an approach that gives a profoundly different experience to your people, as well as to your suppliers. One that is impossible to replicate in-house. And one that transforms performance because of how it helps you align your non-core costs with your corporate aims.

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  • Shifting corporate management's attitudes towards procurement

    Leaders can no longer afford to downplay procurement

    The Harvard Business Review asks senior executives how they can resolve a function that is increasingly marginalised, despite its growing importance to the firm.

    The answers lie in four fundamental areas that need to be addressed and resolved by C-level leaders…

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  • Careers at Proxima

    Careers

    There's nothing quite like being the person who saw the change.

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  • Proxima’s Catalytic Approach

    Our 'Catalytic Approach'

    Proxima plays the role of catalyst between our clients and their suppliers. We bring suppliers to the heart of the business and align them with business objectives. We bring third party costs under control: changing the visibility of it and changing behaviour around it, asking why money is spent before ‘how much?’

    Watch an example of the Catalytic Approach in action

    Often a change in behaviour can achieve far more than a change in price…

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  • Proxima success story

    An energy boost for professional services

    By applying our Catalytic Approach right across a multi-billion dollar global snack business we reduced the professional services cost base by a tasty 10%.

    We can tell countless stories like this for global businesses.

    Watch how our clients have benefited from our Catalytic Approach