Procurement E-Procurement Manager

Responsible for the e-procurement systems including: e-sourcing and contract management; e-catalogues and purchasing (SAP; cards, e-invoicing and self billing; Leading the e-enablement of suppliers; Manage third party e-sourcing providers.

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