Happy new year! We've improved some existing features and added some new enhancements to OMX to make it easier for you to find opportunities, connect to buyers and sellers, and win new business. Here's how the world's most powerful procurement platform is getting even better in 2019.
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OMX is the world's most powerful procurement database and platform. We connect buyers and sellers in global supply chains and ensure that you have access to the best and most relevant opportunities.
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Happy New Year! New and updated features in OMX for 2019
The future of defence innovation: Five emerging technologies to keep an eye on
Defence and innovation have always gone hand-in-hand. Whether the innovation originated in defence or was simply perfected by it, the examples are countless: from the Internet, to radar, to good ol’ duct tape.
Working for OMX, a collaborative platform for accessing procurement opportunities and analyzing the socio-economic impacts of organizations, I know how crucial government support and investment can be for building the necessary infrastructure to develop next-generation technologies.
The new NAFTA signed: Updates from the trade front
The USMCA was signed at the G20 summit this weekend - with two big changes you need to be aware of. Find out what the new NAFTA will mean for Canadian trade and business.
OMX's supply chain management extends to custom fields and questions
We've enhanced the OMX platform to include custom fields, questions, and reporting - giving you maximum insight on every level of your supply chain. Reduce risk, improve costs, and generate the most accurate analytics - only with the world's most powerful procurement platform.
Canadian Surface Combatant: Preferred bidder identified for Canada's largest procurement ever
Lockheed Martin Canada is the preferred bidder to design the Canadian Surface Combatant. Here's everything you need to know about this $60 billion program including timeline, cost break down, and Canada's greater procurement strategy.