Dubbed ‘The Risk & Resilience Conference’ the two-day hybrid event was held on the 27th and 28th of April, featuring keynotes, roundtables, Q&As, and 1-2-1s from inspirational and knowledgeable leaders in the procurement and supply chain space.
Digitalisation and the future of procurement
Opening his keynote on Day 2 of Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: The Risk & Resilience Conference, Nicholas Wright, Digital and Innovation Sourcing Director at BP, highlights the disruptive nature of the last two years. “The last two years have shown that it has been business as un-usual.”
When it comes to the future of procurement, Wright emphasises digitalisation’s role in helping organisations to navigate the complexities and challenges of modern supply chains.
“It can drive a more predictive function, it can drive the elimination of low-value tasks, and drive intuitive monitoring, obligations management and payment invoices,” says Wright.
In addition, Wright discusses the use cases for digital and the best practices for implementation.
Did you see Nicholas Wright’s keynote when attending Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE 2022? Watch on-demand Wright’s keynote on ‘Digital, and the future of Procurement’:
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PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN LIVE 2022
Click here, to find out how you can attend PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN LIVE LONDON 2022.
Held at the QEII Centre between the 12th and 13th of October 2022, BMG’s all-new hybrid event incorporates two zones - SupplyChain LIVE and Procurement LIVE - to create a single EXPO-style event.
PROCUREMENT & SUPPLY CHAIN LIVE LONDON 2022 will give those attending the chance to showcase their values, products and services to partners and customers.
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