Performance League tables - Top 10s

Total Savings by Member The total value (£) of procurement and waste avoidance. This measure illustrates how much each memebr in each organisation has saved while they have been using the Warp It system. The longer the organisation has been on the system the higher the savings, generally. Use this metric to better understand how the length of time a system has been operating, and the relative time to achieve behaviour change in the staff body affects savings.
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PlaceOrganisationTotal Savings
1st Place David Henderson University of Glasgow £354210
2nd Place Christine The University of Queensland £322920
3rd Place Jenny Martine University of Kent £242405
4 Andrew Mouat Glasgow City Council £240109
5 Edgar University College London £237145
6 Paul Britton University of Salford £175881
7 Daniel Bendor University College London £160833
8 Michael Foster University of Sunderland £154997
9 Alexander Ford The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust £151228
10 Barbara Aitken University of St Andrews £145866

Total Savings The total value (£) of procurement and waste avoidance. This measure illustrates how much each organisation has saved while they have been using the Warp It system. The longer the organisation has been on the system the higher the savings, generally. Use this metric to better understand how the length of time a system has been operating, and the relative time to achieve behaviour change in the staff body affects savings.
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PlaceOrganisationTotal Savings
1st Place University College London £1589109
2nd Place The University of Edinburgh £1229829
3rd Place NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde £1183244
4 University of Kent £1039697
5 University of Glasgow £1007433
6 The University of Queensland £833047
7 University of Cambridge £538453
8 University of Tasmania £509322
9 Sunderland City Council £506475
10 University of Oxford £504899

Total Savings Per Month The total savings per month is total savings divided by the number of months the organisation has been using the system. This metric better reflects the actual relative performance of an organisation. Use this metric to estimate how much you might save per month in a highly functioning system.
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PlaceOrganisationTotal Savings
1st Place NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde £16665
2nd Place University College London £12513
3rd Place University of Kent £11815
4 The University of Edinburgh £10981
5 The University of Queensland £10285
6 University of Glasgow £9158
7 Hywel Dda University Health Board £6908
8 University of Tasmania £6136
9 University of Nottingham £5658
10 City of Edinburgh Council £5575

Return On Investment This metric shows how many times an organisation has saved the amount invested in the system over the year/s. That is - how many times the system has paid for itself. Use this metric to get a insight into how likely it is that the system will be financially risk free for your organisation!
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PlaceOrganisationROI
1st Place University College London 420.40 x
2nd Place University of Kent 402.98 x
3rd Place The University of Edinburgh 325.35 x
4 University of Glasgow 266.52 x
5 NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 249.63 x
6 The University of Queensland 220.38 x
7 University of Tasmania 197.41 x
8 The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust 158.46 x
9 University of Reading 153.54 x
10 Queen's University Belfast 150.72 x

Carbon Saved Click on this icon to view an explanation of this metric

PlaceOrganisationCO2 Savings KG
1st Place DORSET HEALTHCARE UNIVERSITY NHS FOUNDATION TRUST 10093465
2nd Place The University of Edinburgh 1683993
3rd Place University College London 847339
4 NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 566360
5 City of Edinburgh Council 534409
6 University of Kent 529162
7 University of Glasgow 486979
8 The University of Queensland 424773
9 University of Sunderland 299103
10 University of Cambridge 291320

Waste Avoided Click on this icon to view an explanation of this metric

PlaceOrganisationWaste Avoided KG
1st Place University of Glasgow 197324
2nd Place University of Kent 193027
3rd Place NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 187905
4 City of Edinburgh Council 143841
5 The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT 108213
6 University College London 106899
7 University of Sunderland 106449
8 NHS Glasgow Decommissioning 98375
9 The University of Edinburgh 97411
10 The University of Queensland 95126

Total Members This metric is the number of members each organisation has on their Warp It portal. As you can see the more members an organisation has the more likelihood that they will have an effective system.

PlaceOrganisationTotal Members
1st Place South Western Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust 4916
2nd Place University College London 3854
3rd Place University of Cambridge 2129
4 Imperial College London 1904
5 NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 1850
6 The University of Edinburgh 1756
7 University of Oxford 1745
8 University of Reading 1674
9 NHS Highland 1552
10 NHS Grampian 1537

Trades Per Month This metric is a reflection of the average number of trades a month. As you can see the higher number of trades generally means higher savings. However this is not always the case as many organisations use the system to trade low value but high volume items like stationery.

PlaceOrganisationTrades Per Month
1st Place NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde 52
2nd Place University of Kent 46
3rd Place Hywel Dda University Health Board 43
4 University of Glasgow 38
5 University College London 25
6 The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust 25
7 University of Tasmania 22
8 Humber NHS Foundation Trust 21
9 Heriot Watt 20
10 University of Reading 19

Savings Per Member This metric shows the value that each member can bring to your organisation. Use this figure to work out what your savings might be if you can get say, 500 staff onto your system. Or 1000! Or 10,000!

PlaceOrganisationTotal Savings
1st Place The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT £145203
2nd Place University of Strathclyde £62286
3rd Place NHS Glasgow Decommissioning £33798
4 University of Bedfordshire £24829
5 Henley Business School £6685
6 Bournemouth University £6630
7 Glasgow City Council £3497
8 Tayside Contracts £2400
9 University of Technology Sydney £1969
10 AIREDALE NHS FOUNDATION TRUST £1856

Donated To Charity This metric shows the top 10 donating organisation and the value of goods they have passed to charity.

PlaceOrganisationDonated To Charity
1st Place The University of Edinburgh £1602169
2nd Place City of Edinburgh Council £504913
3rd Place University of Sunderland £323728
4 University College London £232004
5 University of Glasgow £189743
6 Hywel Dda University Health Board £123380
7 South Western Sydney LHD £108658
8 Brighton & Hove City Council £104934
9 RDE.NDHT £101357
10 University of Kent £93054

Quickest Payback This metric shows the top 10 organisation who achieved payback quickest. That is the time it took from signing up to when the system paid the subscription cost. You can use this metric to get an idea on how quickly you might recover your organisation's investment.

PlaceOrganisationNo Of days until payback
1st Place R-I-E 1
2nd Place HMRC 4
3rd Place NHS Tayside 9
4 Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust 11
5 Royal Veterinary College 15
6 The University of Queensland 18
7 Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust 21
8 University of Chester 25
9 University of Exeter 31
10 University of Technology Sydney 36

Large Charity Donates The following top 10 have achieved the most value items from the system.

PlaceOrganisationAmount Given
1st Place The Edinburgh Remakery £1558087
2nd Place West Midlands Charities £512908
3rd Place National Charities £468135
4 East Midlands Charities £239105
5 North East Charities £223513
6 South East Charities £210273
7 Yorkshire Charities £190939
8 City of Edinburgh Council Reuse Partners £187450
9 Scottish Charities £180472
10 Second Opportunities £134851

Small Charity Donations The following top 10 have achieved the most value items from the system.

PlaceOrganisationAmount Given
1st Place Rom valley based charity £153153
2nd Place Kelso based charity £132766
3rd Place MANCHESTER based charity £23342
4 Alva based charity £8612
5 Southampton based charity £6390
6 Lanark based charity £4468
7 Ingleby Barwick based charity £4320
8 Glasgow based charity £3942
9 London based charity £3272
10 Glasgow based charity £2496

What our customers are saying



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Anon, University of Reading

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Anon, Hywel Dda University Health Board

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