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Discover the Benefits of an integrated Source-to-Pay Suite

Discover the Benefits of an integrated Source-to-Pay Suite
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Procurement team needs to deal with multiple purchase requisitions, supplier contracts, invoices, savings targets and much more. In fact in a complex environment such as this, manual processes can dramatically increase the procurement cycle time while adversely impacting organizational productivity and savings. Thus, procurement departments should streamline their procurement processes.

In fact as per an analysis by McKinsey & Company- “Automating source-to-pay processes can reduce spend by up to 3.5 percent“.

Source-to-Pay automation can help procurement teams mine rich, actionable information and maximize compliance whilst reducing the requisition-to-order cycle time; enabling you to meet your procurement objectives; in turn making a strategic impact on the organization’s bottom-line performance.

Join us for a quick 60 minute live demonstration to understand how a fully integrated Source-to-Pay suite can help you:

  • Consolidate data from multiple systems and maintain a single version of truth
  • Monitor, maintain and enhance supplier relationships
  • Reduce PO cycle time by over 15%

Date: 21st March 2018, Wednesday
Time: 11 AM ET

Featured Speaker:


Shibu Nair,
CPSM®
Manager, Solutions Consulting
Zycus Inc.
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