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Discover how to deliver unique value to your existing and prospective clients by efficiently achieving supply chain compliance with industry experts Gemma Lynch, VP of Strategic Accounts at Alcumus and Mark Hughes, Group Quality & Assurance Director at Mitie.
To compete effectively in the dynamic facilities management (FM) sector, organisations need to take a more proactive approach to identifying, controlling and limiting risks across the supply chain. As demand for FM services continue to pick up, and with a CAGR above 4.5% during 2022-2027, having the ability to deliver high-performing environments without compromising on safety, sustainability, or ethics is a must.
76% of businesses operating in the property/facilities management sector are looking to improve how they manage supplier pre-qualification processes in the next two years.
Are you satisfied with the current way of evaluating, monitoring and managing your supply chain?
Alcumus already partners with four of the five largest global FM companies, helping them to reduce risks and manage both anticipated and unanticipated events in the supply chain.
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Gemma Lynch, VP Strategic Accounts, Alcumus
Gemma has recently joined Alcumus as VP Strategic Accounts and has nearly 20 years’ experience in facilities management, across both the public and private sectors, having carried out a number of operational and business development roles. Working for large Facilities Management organisations in the past, Gemma has been out in the field, dealing with the challenges of sourcing suppliers to deliver, as well as leading tenders where demonstrating a robust ESG strategy is of paramount importance. She is now bringing this experience to bear, supporting our enterprise clients gain insight into the resilience of their supply chain, empowering a two-way commitment to ethical best practice and sustainable business growth.
Mark Hughes, Group Quality & Assurance Director, Mitie
Mark started his career in the Police before moving to Health and Safety and joining the NHS where he led many H&S and Serious Clinical incident investigations. Mark then moved to a large cash business and set up a Primary Authority, introduced the Q (Quality) into the HSE, ‘Lean’ principles, reducing ‘waste’ and improved efficiencies across the business. More recently, Mark works at Mitie and has several key objectives, some of which include standardising Mitie’s approach, ensuring ISO standards are maintained and further ISO standards are achieved. Evaluating how to improve contractor management from onboarding through to completion of work, and how to reduce the number of platforms the company use.