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By Sanjeevani Kumar
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Apr 26th, 2018
When the question “What does Automation mean?” is posed to AP and Finance professionals, most responses are on the lines of “It relives us from
By Swetalina Routray
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Jan 18th, 2018
Organizations are always looking out for ways to cut costs and save more. In fact as per Deloitte’s global chief procurement officer survey 2017
By Aakanksha Gupta
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Jul 14th, 2017
The direction of business changes every now and then; with new technology, we see changes in geopolitical scenarios, economies etc. Economies around t
By Yash Asher
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Nov 1st, 2015
Look the below video for the first 3 minutes and 45 secs and you will know why Elon Musk was late for his interview with Khan Academy's Sal Khan. [
By Ankit Aggarwal
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Mar 30th, 2015
In the previous blog, I shared three key takeaways from the conversations with the CPO’s in Europe In my concluding section I'll discuss last 4 poi
By Jagriti Chhateja
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Oct 31st, 2014
The new Zycus P2P Benchmark study for indirect spending is out! More than 450 global procurement organizations participated in this study. The results
By Ankit Aggarwal
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Oct 16th, 2014
In our endeavor to understand the procurement landscape and the requirements of procurement professionals better, we got in talks with the CPOs from E
By Rohan Mishra
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Oct 6th, 2014
Driving transformational change across Source-to-Pay processes requires these key ingredients: [su_list icon="icon: check"] Robust business cas
By Sherna Jay
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Sep 23rd, 2014
Looking back at 2013; how much have we achieved in the goal to improvise procurement? Are we better than the previous year? What do we need to look ou