Role of digital transformation in procurement to be explored at Middle East event
Procurement firm BravoSolution Tejari is to discuss digital transformation in the Middle East procurement industry as part of the fifth Procurement Strategy Summit taking place in Dubai.
The summit, being held on October 11-12, will focus on how digital technologies are revolutionising the procurement industry as well as how organisations can capitalize on this change in vulnerable and volatile markets.
The event comes at a time when many organisations already have or are planning to undertake a strategy of ‘digital transformation’.
This transformation is to step-change many processes for businesses in order to take advantage of embedding faster, more collaborative and more analytical ways of working in order to better understand and serve customers to drive a sustainable, competitive advantage.
Dan Quinn, Senior Vice President at BravoSolution MENA / Tejari, will address the conference made up of procurement professionals on the topic ‘delivering procurement digital transformation’.
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The talk will cover procurement analytics and big data, developing supplier central strategies, as well as highlight the importance of flexibility, security, availability and scalability with digital procurement tools.
“Digital transformation is inherently changing businesses to move away from simple, traditional methods and develop more innovative strategies that help to drive the procurement function, add value to businesses and reduce costs,” said Quinn.
“Digital technologies are inevitably the future for businesses across the region, and those who embrace this positive change will reap the rewards.
“The Procurement Strategy Summit offers a great platform for companies to gain insights into managing procurement strategies and understand the latest developments and key market trends that will help redefine their businesses,” he added.