Sodiaal selected Per Angusta to manage its spends and facilitate Procurement Performance Management
"Our choice has logically gone to Per Angusta, which is offering a simple and hyper-intuitive solution. This platform enables us to consolidate our procurement projects, with a closer monitoring of savings tracking. This solution is also highly appreciated by Finance and the Purchasing legitimacy is thereby reinforced."
Sodiaal, Chief Procurement Officer
- Key facts
- 12,500 cooperative milk producers
- 70 Industrial sites in France
- €4.8 billion in turnover
- 9,100 employees.
- Finding a solution operational in the shortest time possible
- Modular for easy integration
- Very easy to use to rapidly embark the whole buyers team
- Collaborative ability to encourage regular dialog with cost controller and Finance
With 4.8 billion litres of milk collected, Sodiaal is Europe’s third-largest dairy cooperative and the world’s fifth largest.
Established in more than 70 Industrial sites in France, Sodiaal has developed a unique cooperative mode with 12,500 cooperative milk producers, spread across 71 departments.
The group owns 21 brands with highly recognized brand such Candia, Entremont, Le Rustique, Cœur de Lion, RichesMonts, Yoplait, or Nactalia.
Part of its global transformation plan, Sodiaal is working on evolution of operations and organisations for greater efficiency and agility. The group aims at significantly improve operating performance with a focus of the purchase base.
In the frame of its global transformation, the dairy cooperative was looking for a digital solution able to structure its project management processes, to monitor its Procurement Performance, and to report the Purchasing contribution.
Sodiaal selected Per Angusta to manage its spends and facilitate Procurement Performance Management in connection with the Finance Department.
“We are especially proud that we have been selected by Sodiaal. All our teams are mobilized to transform this new platform into the Performance lever that Sodiaal is expecting”. Pierre Laprée, President and Founder of Per Angusta