Enabling private sector organisations to embrace technology, fulfilling strategic goals and maximising company performance
Our solutions are used by thousands of unique users per month, all of which are able to choose from any of the 18 million products that are currently live in our marketplace. Being born in the Higher Education sector has meant that Science Warehouse has an excellent product fit for Agriculture, Food & Beverage, Forensics, Manufacturing & Processing, Pharma & Biopharma and many more.
Science Warehouse offers a single, user-friendly platform with a highly sought after supplier base – all of which enables procurement departments to manage contract compliance more effectively, reducing admin overheads and seeing a tangible impact on their organisational purchasing.
Prospering supplier community
Suppliers ranging from Thermo Fisher, Sigma, VWR, Qiagen, Brakes and Dell, benefit from our solutions by gaining a competitive advantage, building revenue and strengthening their business relationships.
Efficiency through electronic trading
Our solutions enable swift and seamless eTrading, with PO’s and invoices all being transferred electronically, meaning efficiency savings are made from day 1 and time and resource is saved. No longer will accounts payable departments have to manually process and match invoices, meaning more time to focus on the value added tasks that strategically benefit the business.
“We chose Science Warehouse because we were looking for an organisation that could work with us continually, both in bringing new Suppliers onto the marketplace and to develop it so we are always taking advantage of new technologies. The look of the marketplace is compelling and engaging; we felt that was in keeping with what we wanted to replicate for our users.”
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The Procurement Trends Survey 2017 is live and bubbling away collating the data from
On the 5th of February 2016, Lord Carter's final report was published. It is far
Science Warehouse is running its annual Procurement Trends Survey to gather the views