Zycus webinar to spill the four secrets for successful strategic sourcing
PRINCETON, NJ – OCTOBER, 12, 2015 – In the midst of a global surge in innovation that has spread across all geographies and nearly every supply market, the winners in business will be the agile organizations that can tap into expertise and find value wherever it exists in the market. Sourcing has never had a greater potential to impact enterprise performance than it has today, in 2015. Sourcing leaders are on point and its more important than ever for them to tap this potential.
Join Andrew Bartolini, Chief Research Officer at Ardent Partners in our upcoming webinar titled ‘The Four Pillars of Sourcing Success’ as he presents the findings from his latest report with a special focus on the “four pillars of sourcing success,” those critical sub-process areas that comprise Strategic Sourcing – spend analysis, sourcing, contracts, and supplier management.
Andrew will be joined on this webinar by Richard Waugh and our guest speaker who will discuss how is Strategic Sourcing shaping the future of enterprise performance and what lies for procurement in the near future.
Key takeaways of this webinar include:
- Insights into the 4 pillars of strategic sourcing.
- In-depth analysis of the critical process areas of strategic sourcing.
- Impact of strategic sourcing to organizational performance.
|The Four Pillars of Sourcing Success
|Tuesday, Oct 20, 2015
|2:00 PM EST
|Andrew Bartolini, Chief Research Officer, Ardent Partners
|Richard Waugh, VP – Corporate Development, Zycus Inc.
|On free registration, compliments of Zycus
About Ardent Partners::
Ardent Partners is a research and advisory firm focused on defining, advancing, and promoting the supply management strategies, processes, and technologies that drive business value and accelerate organizational transformation within the enterprise. Ardent Partners actively covers the supply management solutions marketplace and produces research to help business decision-makers understand the technology landscape and identify the best-fit solution(s) for their specific needs.