Contract Management – webinar next week, set your syallabus for academic year 2014/15!

Back to schooldays, I'm going back to schooldays ...

Yes, for many next week is indeed that back to school time, the start of a new academic year. And we will continue through that 2014/15 year on our mission to educate, to inform, to provoke and to entertain, sometimes all in the same post (but not often)...  And ... as we get back into the swing of things, we have some exciting Spend Matters news for you, just a week away. Stay posted for that.

Also next week, we have our first webinar of the Autumn season. We'll be telling you more soon about the various webinars, conferences, workshops that I'm involved with through the autumn period, but the first is next week. On September 4th, at 4pm UK time, 5pm in most of Western Europe , I’ll be speaking along with Iasta / Selectica executives on the topic of contract management, one of my favourite subjects. And we love the title. “Back to School – We Don’t Need No Education – But We Do Need Contract Management”!

It features Constantine Limberakis (Iasta), Patrick Stakenas (Selectica), and me, taking you through the suggested Contract Management syllabus for academic year 2014/15.  And you KNOW that's a topic that should be higher on the agenda of most procurement people.  We’ll cover:

- What is driving global business to look more closely at contract management
- How contract management plays into overall corporate strategy and why NOW is the time for organizations to really grasp enterprise CLM (contract lifecycle management)
- Why procurement should take the lead in enterprise contract management, and more importantly, how to become CLM leaders
- What technologies, solutions, and approaches are needed for enterprise CLM?
- How to make your business case for an enterprise CLM

You can register here, free of charge of course. Hope to see / hear some of you there next week.



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