The Week of 3/4/13 on Spend Matters PRO
This week on Spend Matters PRO, Jason introduces a two-part series on some surprising survey results from an ISM webinar he spoke on last week. Among the findings? “Many organizations, even those with formal sourcing processes, have zero (or very limited) programs in place to implement savings results.” Read more here, and look for Part 2 later this week.
Peter has outsourcing on his mind, and poses the question: How can procurement play a value-adding role in outsourcing exercises?
And Thomas finishes his thoughts on ProcureCon Asia (see his first post here: Asia and Procurement “Emerged Markets” – Get Here or Go Home (Part 1), especially focusing on how organizations really need to hit the ground running in that area of the world.
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