eProcurement in 2017 - what’s working and what’s not
June 07, 2017
An interview with Yaron Nadbornik Head of Procurement at SATO
Yaron Nadbornik and Rowan Lemley will take a deep dive into the state of indirect procurement and what it means for procurement professionals today and in the future. In addition to audience interaction we will use recent findings from the Trends in Indirect Procurement Research 2017 Report to drive the conversation.
Yaron Nadbornik, SATO’s Head of Procurement will join us for the webinar. He will provide insights into how SATO is navigating current trends and planning for the future.
Our research into current market trends had two key-findings:
- One of the key challenges motivating procurement professionals is the ever present effort to manage information and engage suppliers.
- But at the same time it’s all about reducing purchasing costs and providing a concrete value for their organizations.
Watch the webinar and arm yourself and your team with the knowledge to avoid the eProcurement pitfalls and seize the opportunities during 2017.
Duration: 45 minutes
Yaron Nadbornik, Head of Procurement, SATO Oyj, Yaron is an experienced procurement leader having successfully designed and implemented large sourcing strategies ramp up and transformation projects. Very familiar with end-to-end spend analysis, he understands why categorizing third-party vendor spend is important in identifying opportunities and achieving sustainable and holistic procurement transformation. In his current role, Yaron is often a problem solver required to visualize the entire supply chain while quickly identifying the potential or actual high impact failure points. He is continuously developing and implementing sourcing strategies to help improve the service driven processes overall while ensuring continuous and sustainable cost reductions through vendors network development and cost framework revamping.
Rowan Lemley, Head of Product Marketing, OpusCapita, Rowan has more than 10 years of experience in the purchase-to-pay arena. During this time, he has managed the go-to-market for a diverse set of portfolios including Accounts Payable Automation, B2B Networks, Financing Services, eProcurement and Product Information Management.