We help companies develop sourcing strategies for a sustainable future.

The impact of procurement on productivity goes far beyond savings. If done right - with effective operational models, complemented by digital analytics and intelligent tools - it can drive innovation, quality, sustainability and speed; reduce your risk position; and help create sustainable supply chains.

Procurement organizations can reduce a company’s base procurement cost by an average of 8-12% and deliver additional annual savings of 2-3%. We work closely with your team to identify and realize savings across all cost categories and procurement levers, and we build your organizational capabilities so you can sustain these gains over the long term. 
Our strategic procurement planning process allows you to chart an effective path to savings through deep cross-functional alignment and an unwavering focus on your overall business strategy.
Our four-step approach begins with budget and goal setting, including quarterly and annual budgeting, an annual procurement savings target, and periodic updates to quarterly budgets as needed.

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New trends have a broad impact on the purchasing function.


Traditional procurement management, dependent on a few key suppliers, is no longer enough. Smart retailers put their buying organizations on a much broader footing and, in particular, endow them with greater flexibility. Category professionals have been replaced by agile cross-functional teams that link purchasing with other functions such as product development, category management, and supply chain management, and which lay the foundation for successful sprint-based purchasing


Agile purchasing teams need a wider range of competencies. Negotiating tactics are no longer such a decisive factor; analytical skills are more important, especially in disciplines such as advanced analytics and machine learning, combined with a broad product understanding.


Retailers have long used sales and margin analytics, which ideally also take into account additional agreements such as advertising subsidies. However, in the current environment, this is not enough: buyers need a detailed understanding of what value can be created with each product and what prices are really acceptable in the market, as well as for well-established products beyond their “brand bonus”. Highly professional price requests for product development, production or cooperation agreements with suppliers are also needed. This is only possible through digital processes and a set of tools that support retail procurement with new procedures and technologies.

Experience and influence

Procurement projects in various industries
Purchase cost reduction
Clients served in different countries
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How we help our clients


Reinventing the supply chain

Turn your supply chain into a competitive weapon that is digital, resilient and more resilient than ever before.

Industry 4.0 and Digital Operations

Support Features

Transform your helper functions to help you grow.

Product innovation and development

Service operations

How to create value for the company?


Saving remains vital. But to unlock the full potential of value and make a difference in the marketplace, advanced levers and AI-based solutions are key.

Digital analytics

A company's basic ability to perform real-time digital analytics is key to the digital transformation of purchasing. This means obtaining purchasing information from master data using advanced analytics.


The speed of the buying process is accelerated, increasing internal efficiency. Robotic applications increase the speed from a purchase request to an invoice payment. E-catalogue solutions increase speed with "contactless" orders for standard items.


Purchasing organizations committed to sustainable business practices such as CO2 reduction and decarbonization operations will not only comply with today's extensive laws, regulations and consumer requirements, but will also set themselves up for future success.


Purchasing organizations committed to sustainable business practices such as CO2 reduction and decarbonization operations will not only comply with today's extensive laws, regulations and consumer requirements, but will also set themselves up for future success.


Supplier quality plays an important role in optimizing supply chains with minimal disruption. Real-time quality control with pre-set KPIs such as delivery time, number and number of errors per unit can be measured with IoT, providing suppliers with real-time alerts based on quantitative data.


Tools that analyze the gaps, levels, and overall depth of an organization, automatically suggesting and evaluating alternative settings, are essential; Aligning global and local responsibilities in the procurement process and between business units remains an art.


Processes are still the main source of procurement resources in most organizations and have a lot of potential for optimization. Many manual tasks can be automated and made “bionic” with the help of bots, digital trainers, and data that supports the human shopper.


Innovation and cutting-edge solutions are a license to perform multiple functions, and procurement plays a key role, leveraging the supplier base and its engineering strength. Digital hubs encourage supplier collaboration, for example through collaborative idea generation platforms.


As the supply chain becomes more complex, collaboration with suppliers becomes more important in end-to-end processes to ensure delivery at the appropriate value parameters. Live supplier reviews and collaborative sharing of innovations can help.

performance management

Organizations are increasingly integrating procurement performance management and ERP systems. Digital solutions include integrated management tools, linking to financial accounts and customer satisfaction surveys.


Customer-centric supply chain

Sustainable supply chain

Sources and purchases

Digital technology

Security Threats

Economic volatility

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In addition, Marrbery has experience assisting clients in areas such as market and competitive intelligence, business model development, operational and product planning, including R&D, go-to-market models, marketing strategy and brand management.


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