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USask Stores Pandemic Response

The University of Saskatchewan (USask) uses a decentralized, just in time supply chain model that is similar to a retail operation, and many members of the USask community order their own supplies independently using their Purchasing Card (PCard).  With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, it quickly became apparent that a new approach was necessary.  … Continue reading "USask Stores Pandemic Response"

June 15, 2021


Robotics and Technology in Campus Food Services

Prior to COVID-19, Sheridan College had begun a process of revamping their food services operations. Sheridan only has retail outlets on campus and does not have dining halls. Costs to run longer hours of these outlets were not financially feasible given the sales after normal class hours. In order to better serve both residential and … Continue reading "Robotics and Technology in Campus Food Services"

June 15, 2021


Workplace Learning Ecosystem

UBC has more than 20,000 employees that require compliance training and professional development (PD). To fulfill this requirement, different departments across the University offered internal compliance training and PD to employees, using multiple strategies like face-to-face, Moodle, canvas, People Soft, and WordPress. The registration process for employees to enroll in these courses was different depending on the … Continue reading "Workplace Learning Ecosystem"

June 15, 2021


Changing the Procure to Pay University Landscape

When Queen’s Strategic Procurement Services (SPS) implemented a complete end-to-end Procure-to-Pay (P2P) solution in May 2017, little did they know that it would pave the way for a seamless and agile transition to remote working.  Leveraging the improvements and changes made to both systems and processes, SPS was able to immediately pivot to processing all … Continue reading "Changing the Procure to Pay University Landscape"

June 15, 2021



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