Procurement Australasia Reinvents Procurement Program – ProcureRight
Procurement Australasia is excited to announce the launch of its new members-only program, ProcureRight.
What makes the ProcureRight program unique is the fact it has upended the traditional procurement model. Instead of applying a ‘one size fits all’ model, ProcureRight focuses on the individual member contract.
This new approach addresses recurring problems that procurement departments have typically been forced to endure. No matter what the need, ProcureRight will provide advisory services to support internal decision making & improved governance.
Through the ProcureRight program, Procurement Australasia offers a true end-to-end solution that’s scalable and one that delivers value when and where it’s needed most.
Designed to be customisable, the ProcureRight program can adjust to suit individual member’s needs. Whether it be standard or highly specialised products, services or advisory consulting requirements across procurement and supply chain.
Procurement Australasia Sales Director Jason Mackenzie says: “The ProcureRight program is a natural fit alongside our other service offerings. We knew we had to do more to not only meet but exceed member expectations. ProcureRight will focus on providing every member with the value they’re looking for.
As collaborators, we work with our members to help get intricate projects over the line and even support an organisation’ s requirements that can assist in delivering a new supply chain that is entirely local. This is the beauty of the program. It is designed specifically to help our members. We can help them with everything, or just a couple of things.”
Joe Arena, CEO of Procurement Australasia, says: “We are excited to launch the ProcureRight program. We think it’s an ideal offer for both our current and future members. We are known for being collaborative, strategic and proactive in our approach. This is precisely what the program emphasises.
We have always been the go-to solution providers for so many of our members. The program is an excellent fit for the private sector, right through to local council, not for profits and the public sector.”
The ProcureRight program is now open for current Procurement Australasia members.

For further information, contact:
Joe Arena, Chief Executive Officer, Procurement Australasia
Ph: (03) 9810 8600

About Procurement Australasia:
We’re working to procure a better world
Established in 1985 as MAPS Group Limited, Procurement Australasia is one of Australia’s most innovative and successful procurement organisations. They’re regarded as a leader in negotiating and facilitating contracts for members and clients with decades of experience across both the private and public sectors.
Procurement Australasia works in partnership with buyers and suppliers to find innovative and sustainable solutions. They’re focused on delivering the best value and creating collaborative purchasing arrangements. Procurement Australasia’s full range of services includes:

• Publicly tendered standing offer contracts
• Bespoke client contracts
• Consulting, benchmarking
• Spend analysis
• Clustering and collaboration events
• Technical category expertise
• Space Station – co-working flexible-office spaces

Audited by the Victorian Auditor-General’s Office, Procurement Australasia is also recognised by accreditation to two independent global standards – CIPS and ISO 9001- 2015.
Over the years, Procurement Australasia has successfully expanded its market beyond local government entities. This spread has included other government authorities, not-for-profit organisations and the private sector. In June 2017 it expanded again with the acquisition of Church Resources, Australia’s leading specialist aggregator in the not-for-profit sector.
Space Station, Procurecurement Australia’s co-working flexible-office spaces offer co-working flexible-office spaces. With exceptional value to businesses looking for part-time or even longer-term space as it presents the user to term and facilities flexibility that traditional leased premises do not.
In March 2018, Procurement Australia’s parent company, MAPS Group Limited, changed its name to Procurement Australasia Ltd.

Procurement Australasia is a public company limited by shares.