Webinar: five steps to procurement transformation

By Lucy Dixon
How do you strike the right balance between process and technology to transform your procurement organisation? This will be the subject of a live webin...

How do you strike the right balance between process and technology to transform your procurement organisation?

This will be the subject of a live webinar taking place later today – hosted by Determine, a global provider of SaaS, including cloud-based strategic sourcing, supplier management, contract management and procure-to-pay solutions.

Jimmy LeFever, Director, Research and Advisory Services, PayStream Advisors, Constantine Limberakis, VP Product Marketing, Determine, Inc. and Gene Travers, Senior Solutions Engineer, Determine, Inc. will take you through five everyday, core processes that can be undertaken, with examples from real organisations.

The webinar will cover:

  • identifying and prioritising your most pressing supplier management goals
  • gauging the current state of your supply base and prepare for on-boarding
  • reducing hidden regulatory and compliance risks

The hour-long webinar starts at 2pm EDT.

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