In driving adoption of social capabilities within procurement organizations and for vendors developing and incorporating products into social tools, Spend Matters analysis suggests ten key takeaways. We have gleaned many of these not only from talking to procurement practitioners and consultants, but from those who have been more frequently involved in enterprise social collaboration and information sharing programs in the past (sales, marketing, HR, IT, etc.).
Spend Matters welcomes a guest post from Jason Winmill, partner at Argopoint Consulting LLC. Argopoint has designed award-winning, nationally recognized legal sourcing approaches for leading […]
Santa's business model: how does he do it?! Santa's Lucrative Business Model Delivers The Goods -- Last year, I reported on the complex logistics surrounding […]
Based on our analysis from this morning and some of the macroeconomic and related variables factoring in demand, speculation and price trends, our sister site […]
2012 was a rollercoaster for many commodities, including several of the metals and metals-related indexes we track on our sister site MetalMiner. In the latest […]
Earlier this fall, Spend Matters sat down with the Iasta team for a demonstration of their new visualization and analytical capabilities. To call this new […]