Indirect spend takes center stage at bp.

Leading global energy company bp is driving positive change in sustainable and transparent procurement

Just like all global and complex organizations, bp sources goods and services from a great many suppliers all over the world.

In a drive to improve visibility, control and transparency, bp has appointed Prenax and Schweitzer, leading specialist partners for managing subscription-based resources, to centralize and manage this category of spend.

This puts bp at the forefront of forward thinking companies setting a new trend in sustainable procurement, moving away from manual transactions and expense claims into more controlled and streamlined environments.

The new processes will improve the end-user experience for individual stakeholders and will increase efficiencies and productivity across the business.


“B2B marketplaces offer a huge opportunity for procurement to provide user-friendly choice, with dynamic market pricing to business users. Not only does this provide efficient and competitive supply, but also rich data to inform and adjust utilisation patterns and policies. We are excited to be adding Prenax to our growing list of category-leading B2B marketplaces in bp”.
Tania Maycock & Mark Smith, Procurement at bp

Jérôme Conquet, CEO of Prenax commented “We are extremely happy and proud of this global partnership. This confirms and strengthens our strategy to accompany our global customers that want a single digital global service provider across all five continents covered by Prenax”.

JP Moulin, CCO of Prenax corporate added “We take great pride in our new partnership with bp and strongly believe in our mission to improve, simplify and standardize processes across the business. Together, we will drive positive change in line with bp’s core values and procurement strategy”.

Philipp Neie, CEO of Schweitzer Fachinformationen commented “it is a wonderful feeling to be able to provide our customers and partners global and local brilliance alike for today’s demands and for tomorrow’s challenges”.