Electronic - Procurement and organizational performance: case study of Nakumatti Supermarket in Kampala, Uganda

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Kampala International University, College of Economics and management
This research studied electronic procurement and organizational performance case study of Nakumatti supermarket in Kampala, Uganda. The objectives of the study include; to identify the impact of E-tendering on organizational performance, to examine the relevancy of E-auctioning on organizational performance and to establish the relationship between E-procurement and organizational performance Data was collected using self-administered questionnaires. The study used purposive sampling techniques to draw representative samples and 65 respondents were involved in the study. The research established the impact of electronic tendering, the relevancy of electronic auctioning and the relationship between electronic procurement and organizational performance. The findings of this study revealed that embracement of electronic procurement contributes to the organization in different ways and that E-tendering contributes organizational performance inform of increasing Profit margins, obtaining products and services of quality cost effectiveness and better service delivery, electronic auctioning is a well-known practice at Nakumatti supermarket and has always been practiced which was indicated by the majority of the respondents in the study who strongly agreed. The study also recommends the following that management of Nakumatt should equipped themselves with human resource rich in electronic procurement practices. It is also recommended that training is required for Nakumatt's customers.
A research report submitted to the College of Economics and Management in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the Award of Bachelor’s Degree in Supplies and Procurement Management of Kampala International University
Electronic - Procurement, Organizational performance