The source:net management team is characterized by many years of experience, in-depth market knowledge of numerous product categories and a wide range of consultancy skills. Thomas Bonfig and Florian Boehme co-founded source:net GmbH in 2002.
Managing director, Head of Project Business
As head of the project business, Florian Boehme is responsible for controlling, organizing and quality assurance of the project processes.
Florian Boehme has over 18 years of consulting experience in procurement. His attention to detail in the analysis of sourcing markets and optimization potential is legendary. Florian Boehme has realized sustainable purchasing advantages in hundreds of projects for customers at home and abroad. His hobbies have been neglected since source:net was founded; he has recently focused on endurance and running training, a sound foundation for long consulting days.
Before founding source:net GmbH, Florian Boehme was responsible for the content business at a procurement service provider. Focus: Implementation of catalog ordering systems. He worked in various standardization committees (e.g., BMEcat) and developed his contributions in the field of classification (e.g., eCl@ss, UNSPSC). He contributes his profound knowledge of the challenges and pitfalls of a company-wide taxonomy (system of commodity group keys) to spend analysis and master data harmonization projects.
Posts in Ariba Exchange Forum
- Sourcing Relocation Services
- Measuring Data Accuracy
- How do you qualify a sales lead?
- Post Event Vendor Feedback
- Auctions - Successful Categories
- Reverse Auction with 2 bidders?
- Open Auction with Supplier Names
Thomas Bonfig has been a managing director of source:net GmbH since 2002. His main tasks include partnerships and client management.
Thomas Bonfig joined the procurement department in 1998 from the IT and media industry. He was instrumental in the conception, development and market launch of the first generation of spend management solutions for a German provider. Since then, Thomas Bonfig has accompanied and helped to shape the development of electronic bidding procedures from experimental kits to working methods suitable for everyday use. These years have changed him from a caffeine-addicted occasional smoker to a coffee connoisseur, and from an innovation-driven pioneer to a pragmatic coach.
One thing has remained: a sharp eye for procurement innovations that are suitable for everyday use.
Current main areas of interest:
- How can the quality of procurement relevant data be improved and sustainably secured?
- How do methods and tools for the mathematical optimization of complex award decisions find the place in corporate purchasing which they deserve?
Sounds theoretical? - Not at all!