How to Bring 100% of Spend Under Management
Bringing more spend under management is one of the top priorities in modern procurement. Most CPOs know all too well the struggle of closing the gap between sourcing and spending and the effort required to capture contracted savings and drive bottom line performance. 100% spend under management isn’t a myth but it’s also not something easily achieved. The rewards can include hugely reduced purchasing costs and considerably lower overhead for the procurement function - all supporting increased profit margins.
In this webinar, our experts will present examples from real-world use cases on how procurement’s control along the source-to-pay value chain can be increased. These actions will not only support your procurement department’s need to drive purchasing policy, but also make the CFO and the AP department in your organization happy.
Learn how to improve spend under management by:
- Improving the service order and service delivery process
- Enabling supplier self-service
- Creating structure for ordering catalog and non-catalog items
- Increasing automation across source-to-pay
Who should attend: Procurement and finance professionals who want to find ways to increase spend under management in their organization and reach measurable savings across the entire source-to-pay process.
Duration: 45 minutes
MEET THE SPEAKERS:
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, e-Procurement and Product Information Management.
Presales Executive for Source-to-Pay Solutions, OpusCapita
Sami is a solution centric technology enthusiast who refuses to read instruction manuals but appreciates most other forms of communication. As a Presales Executive at OpusCapita, his expertise and responsibilities reside in digitalizing the source-to-pay process and finding solutions to customer challenges especially in the areas of sourcing and e-procurement.