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By Sneha Paul
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Oct 15th, 2019
The latest release in the Zycus CM module addresses critical business drivers for Contract Management Software with new and enhanced functionalities. Read More.
By Linda Ashok
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Oct 4th, 2019
So many things are slated to change in 2020, the milestone year! But what matters most is your career; how is it going to prepare you as a procurement manager?
By Linda Ashok
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Oct 1st, 2019
In this article, you'll learn why progressive organizations prefer advanced contract management software over a regular document management system.
By Priyanshu Borah
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Sep 15th, 2019
The point of contention in this article is to understand if a contract management software can drown one's business. Visit the blog to read more!
By Linda Ashok
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Aug 13th, 2019
Why Procurement needs Contract Management and 7-point-strategy to include in your business case to win your decision-makers. Read more.
By Procurement Bloggers
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Apr 23rd, 2019
In a study conducted by FM Global among 600 large enterprises, respondents rated supply risk management as an area of concern. The report says that it can take two or more years for organizations to recover from a supply chain failure. How to avert this? Read the blog for formulas!
By Linda Ashok
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Jan 5th, 2019
As a procurement professional, you have come across maverick spend many a time. What do you think about why it is maverick spend and what is the justification to label a certain category of spend as maverick?
By Jijnyasa Patowarya
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Jan 2nd, 2019
This blog post attempts to cover crucial aspects of contract management that drives businesses to be more effective and productive. Read more.
By Kushal Babu
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Oct 31st, 2018
Game Theory is a mathematical model of interactions that is used in competitive situations to settle conflicts or initiate negotiations between two rational decision makers. Negotiations in procurement are often tricky and game theory can be applied here to achieve favorable outcomes and make strategic decisions.