Zycus Webinar shares 10 Megatrends for Procurement and Supply Chain professionals
PRINCETON, N.J., September 14, 2015 – 2015 is becoming the year of the merger, which means industry consolidation, megamergers and industry consolidation across most supply chains. Also since the technology is changing faster than ever and the scope of procurement is expanding, it’s absolutely important for procurement practitioners to capture the trends from the overall business landscape.
Taking a cue from the evolving technology landscape, Zycus is hosting a webinar titled ‘Building a Strategy for Tomorrow- 10 Megatrends for Procurement and Supply Chain professionals’ on September 15, 2015 at 1:00 pm ET.
Successful strategic planning requires the ability to see trends and build flexible strategies for both the current and future business environment. Procurement and supply chain executives miss the mark on long-range strategic planning without an understanding of the changes that will occur in the long term.
Mega-Mergers, industry consolidation venture capital acquisitions and faster product life cycles will play a major role in the strategy of tomorrow. The push for increased customers value technology changes and the drive for supply chain integration will restructure the way we do business in the future.
This webinar will assist participants to understand:
- Procurement and supply chain megatrends.
- Changes required in process, systems organization and people as the plan for the future
- Technology accelerator’s to enable the procurement process
|Date||Tuesday, September 15, 2015|
|Time||1.00 PM ET|
|Speaker||Bill Michels – CEO at Aripart Consulting|
|Attendance||On free registration, compliments of Zycus|
About Aripart Consulting:
Aripart Consulting is founded by Bill Michels to use his knowledge and experience working with the world’s greatest companies to deliver value and competitive advantage to his clients. His focus is on building sound procurement and supply chain strategies, leading companies to realize cost and value improvement, innovation, optimization, risk mitigation and transformation through high performing procurement and supply chain management.