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  • 107 Cheapside
  • EC2V 6DN
  • London
  • United Kingdom


Proxima is a dynamic international provider of procurement outsourcing services, focused on redefining the function to drive greater business success.

At Proxima we approach things differently. Working closely with large organizations across North America and Europe, we improve business performance by making procurement deliver more. Our approach goes beyond driving efficiency. It’s about enabling change, enhancing management control and delivering results that exceed expectations.

We see procurement as an under-valued and under-developed business resource. Our aim is to change that. This doesn’t mean just making what our clients do now more efficient. It means providing them with a complete end-to-end procurement solution that enables the organization to change the way it thinks and operates. It’s this change that ultimately delivers long-term business success.

We accomplish this by:

- Offering business solutions for procurement challenges
- Providing deep market expertise; up-to-date and on-demand
- Changing behavior through winning hearts and minds
- Delivering more than you thought possible
- Never being satisfied with the status-quo

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