Comments from our CEO, David Coffey
David describes the Clearview philosophy and goal which is to deliver enduring value, in the form of competitive advantage, to our clients through our best practice procurement services and technology. Through our team of seasoned practitioners and innovative solutions we bring a deep set of capabilities to transform and enhance procurement.
SO, CAN WE WALK THE WALK?
Our performance is compelling
ROI delivered for an International Bank
Clearview was founded in 2012 by David Coffey, and is headquartered in Dublin, Ireland. During this time Clearview has evolved into a recognised leader in the field of procurement services providing leading edge procurement transformation, upskilling, sourcing, and managed procurement services. We are an innovator and, as an Enterprise Ireland client, we have developed our own cloud-based procurement and supplier relationship management technology.
We have built our credentials over the last several years supporting clients across an array of industries, including regional and global leaders. This is delivered simply by listening to our clients and with an enduring focus on quality, practicality and innovation.
Our clients have goals, and they have challenges. They want to grow, scale, lead, compete, diversify, and in some cases just to survive. So much that organisations do these days is enabled through the products and services of their suppliers. Aligning procurement and supply chain strategies with the corporate strategy doesn’t just make sense, it is imperative. If done properly, Procurement and our Suppliers serve up a powerful cocktail, delivering what we term ProcurementAdvantage.
As they set their strategic priorities and objectives it all becomes very real in terms of their annual and multi-year plans. It is these priorities that give Clearview early sight of what Procurement needs to deliver and the people and infrastructure that need to be in place to support it.
Procurement should not just there to ensure compliance or to get three quotes. No, it can and should be there to deliver lasting advantage to the organisation – market advantage, delivered through procurement.
The waves of change in every industry will impact organisations significantly and, with growing dependency on suppliers, those who are best positioned from a strategic procurement perspective are poised to win out.
Value Contribution Curve
Best-in-class Procurement demands that the organisation assess current capabilities and embark on a roadmap to transform procurement, to implement the vision and to support the overall corporate strategy. At Clearview, we guide our clients through this process