New Webinar! Will Supplier Networks Thrive, Implode, or Evolve? Sydney Lazarus - May 13, 2013 8:11 AM | Categories: Industry News | Tags: e-Invoicing, eProcurement, L1, Supplier Networks, Tradeshift, Webinar Supplier networks are a topic of hot debate these days. If you’re an AP, treasury, procurement or supply chain manager, you should be thinking about the future of eProcurement, e-invoicing and business connectivity. So join Spend Matters and Tradeshift on Tuesday, May 21 from 9 to 10 AM CDT for a free webinar featuring a live panel discussion that, as always, will incorporate audience questions and commentary in real time. What we’re doing a bit differently this time is that there will be four industry experts sharing their individual views on the future of supplier enablement & connectivity. Four perspectives, four arguments. Jason Busch and Pierre Mitchell of Spend Matters, Christian Lanng, CEO and co-founder of Tradeshift, and Jay Merenda, Process and Systems Leader in the Pharma sector will also talk about the role of networks and platforms to support: • Purchase-to-pay (P2P) processes • e-invoicing tools and connectivity • Working capital management and treasury strategies • Supplier management and engagement approaches • Risk management tactics • …and more Don't miss out on great insight! Register here for the webinar: “The Great Debate: Will Supplier Networks Thrive, Implode, or Evolve?” Check out Related Posts below to read more about supplier networks. Spend Matters PRO subscribers can also access our more in-depth coverage on this topic and related papers: Getting Past the Existential Connectivity Funk: Stop Waiting for the Supplier Network Revolution Supplier Networks and E-Invoicing: Selection Strategies Emerging In 2013 Ariba, SAP, OB10, IBX, Hubwoo and Basware: Are Supplier Networks Addressing Supplier Risk, Performance and Compliance? Network Fees and Innovation: Are You Considering Supplier Opinions? A P2P Implementation Guide: Avoid the “Dumb Ways to Die” Discuss this: Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.