Ask the Expert Video Replay Archive
Welcome to our Ask the Expert webinar archive. Each webinar is 30 minutes in length and features a Spend Matters analyst - many also include guests from our large procurement and supply chain network. Discussions range from breaking news to innovative new technology to market trends.
VMS and Services Procurement Technology Selection in 2015 — New Tools, Shifting Strategies, False Prophets and More
If you are thinking about implementing a VMS or other services procurement technology solution (e.g., freelancer management system), you can’t afford to miss this informative session.
Spend Matters Chief Research Officer Pierre Mitchell leads this second Ask the Expert session through his findings from a joint survey between Spend Matters and the Institute for Supply Management on how well procurement and finance collaborate.
Chief Research Officer Pierre Mitchell begins to analyze the results of a snap poll Spend Matters and the Institute for Supply Management conducted on the alignment (or lack thereof) of Finance and Procurement within a company. This is Part 1 of a 2-part Ask the Expert series on this study.
Jason Busch and David Gustin talk trade financing news and technology in this Ask the Expert session. They dissect the market, giving a glimpse of the behind-the-scenes action with solution providers, what companies are partnering up and discuss integration efforts with P2P, services procurement and other areas.
Spend Matters Vice President of Research Thomas Kase and Founder of Global Soap Project Derreck Kayongo join forces to discuss corporate social responsibility in this Ask the Expert session.
Jason Busch hosts this session dedicated to discussing the next generation and services procurement and VMS technology coming down the pipeline. What should we expect from these technologies in the future? Tune in to find out.
The entire US Spend Matters analyst team takes us through the next round of our 2015 procurement predictions in this Ask the Expert session. Jason Busch, Pierre Mitchell and Thomas Kase talk about the rise of procurement performance management, as well as the rise (and fall) of solution prices and getting rid of the term "data scientists," and more.