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Webinar - Is Procure-to-Pay Destroying Value?

Published: 13 Feb 2019 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Ajay Agrawal, Tim Cummins

Is Procure-to-Pay Destroying Value? Join us for this webinar to understand the pitfalls of a 'P2P only' procurement transformation strategy and how enterprises can address them to enable true transformation.

While Procure-to-Pay (P2P) technology remains part of any procurement strategy, it is failing to adapt to the needs of today's buyer-supplier dynamics. The need for greater flexibility, the shift towards services, the importance of closer and more strategic relationships - these are conditions which P2P is struggling to handle. The result? Both buyers and suppliers suffer losses and miss opportunities to grow value. This webinar will explain the true cost and impact of this problem.

Speakers:

  • Tim Cummins, President IACCM
  • Ajay Agrawal, Co-founder and Chairman, SirionLabs.
 
 
 

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