Spend visibility and it’s importance

Do you know what your company is spending on? The fact remains that many organizations aren’t aware of their own company’s spendings. Businesses, unfortunately, don’t understand the importance of spend visibility but it actually plays a huge role in the organization. It allows businesses to...

What is Procurement and Why Does It Matter?

Does your company have its own procurement team? If the answer is no then they might be wasting a lot of time and resources. Procurement can be a confusing topic for many businesses. Hence, they they tend to avoid the whole concept of it, but...

Top Procurement Time-Wasters You Need to Overcome

More and more businesses are looking into ways of working more efficiently. The need to discover working methods that are able to streamline everyday tasks are inherent towards any productive organization. One of the first steps towards better workplace efficiency is by having an activity...

Getting Your Employees to Look Forward to Mondays

The weekend tends to go by really fast and before you know it, it’s already Monday. Getting back to the 9 to 5 grind after a well-earned weekend is a challenge to many working adults. Commonly classified as ‘Monday Blues’, the sensation of dread that...

How to keep your fruits & your employees happy?

At Supplycart we believe that fruits are an essential part of your pantry. Why? Because healthy eating at work can improve your employees’ concentration, mood, energy levels and self-esteem. Which automatically affects you as an employer; happy employees are productive employees and isn’t that what...

Top Pantry Food Items Based on This Study!

A holistic working environment starts by meeting our basic needs. According to Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs,  the most basic need that motivates human behaviour is our physiological needs which is comprised of rest, warmth, water and food.   In the context of an office,  an employee’s...

3 Steps for Problem Solving during Meetings

Meetings are part and parcel to any organization. The Supplycart team sometimes go through more than two or three (sometimes even more) meetings in a week. Multiple meetings are one thing, but back-to-back meetings are a different level of meeting nightmares employees dislike. Oh, and don’t get...