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By Procurement Bloggers
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Jul 17th, 2020
Find out how procure to pay process can help transform your business in this ultimate guide, along with the steps for the same.
By Harshada Rajput
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Aug 31st, 2018
In this article, you'll learn if Zycus Procure-to-Pay suite is a future-ready P2P solution? You'll understand what it means for your procurement function.
By Madhuchhanda Das
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Aug 10th, 2018
How are emerging and potentially disruptive technological innovations – everything from AI/Machine Learning to RPA,Big Data and the like are incorporated into the S2P technology stack
By Mehr Bhalla
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May 25th, 2018
When it comes to technology centers or "tech-hubs", many think that Silicon Valley is the place to be at. However, what they miss out on is Boston's r
By Harshada Rajput
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May 22nd, 2018
Top performers have shorter cycle times for processing orders and use catalogs to a greater extent, bypassing longer requisition processes. For instance, it takes top performers five hours to complete a purchase-order, versus 15 hours for the peer group.
By Shalaka Desai
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May 21st, 2018
Contracts are nothing but fancy promises. One would expect parties involved in a contract to keep their respective promises, because of its formal nature.
By Rohitkumar Nair
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May 18th, 2018
Given the global nature of businesses today coupled with increasing regulations to keep up with, what are the metrics that need to be on the watch list for procurement compliance?
By Shalaka Desai
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May 8th, 2018
We are still reeling from the shock of Thanos destroying half of humanity with the snap of his fingers and we bet you are too. That got us wondering w
By Somdipto Ghosh
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Apr 24th, 2018
Previously -  Chapter 1: Ivan joined his new job as a CPO, with a host of challenges which needs to be overcome. Chapter 2: Friends in Need,