Securing the future of procurement
PRINCETON, NJ, February 2, 2015–– Zycus, the leading source-to-pay procurement solutions provider, in association with Spend Matters Europe brings you a thought-provoking webinar titled ‘Securing the future of procurement’ on February 4, 2015 at 2:00 PM GMT.
In this webinar, Peter Smith, Managing Editor of Spend Matters Europe and previously a CPO and CIPS President, will explain why he believes procurement has been successful over the last twenty years mainly because of external factors – “we have been lucky”, he says. But these factors will not help in the same way in the next ten years. So success will increasingly be in our own hands – procurement professionals need to do the right things to be successful.
He would also be joined by Richard Waugh, VP, Corporate Development, Zycus who would throw light on procurement technology transformation and the agenda of his session would be to:
- Identifying source-to-pay value levers
- Establishing baseline and target performance
- Developing the pro-forma business case
- Sequencing technology adoption
Join this webinar to hear Peter Smith and Richard Waugh’s views on what needs to be done, and take part in what will be a lively debate – not everyone is likely to agree with them, we suspect!
“Peter Smith, Managing Editor of Spend Matters Europe and previously a CPO and CIPS President, will explain why he believes procurement has been successful over the last twenty years mainly because of external factors – “we have been lucky”, he says.”
|Date||Wednesday, February 4, 2015|
|Speaker 1||Peter Smith, Managing Editor of Spend Matters Europe|
|Speaker 2||Richard Waugh, VP Corporate Development, Zycus Inc|
|Attendance||On free registration, compliments of Zycus|
About Spend Matters Europe:
Spend Matters (US) is a media unit under Azul Partners parent company which was founded in January 2004 and is headquartered in Chicago. The blog Spend Matters launched in November 2004, making it the first blog and social media site in the procurement and supply chain sector. Their collective sites are the largest and most influential in the procurement sector – and together, have the largest and broadest range of practitioners and advisors reading them than any other analyst, blog, media or subscription service.