Procurement as a Service Webinar, a New Spend Matters Analyst, and The 2015 Goat Race

SO MANY PEOPLE have registered already for our April 21 webinar, where Pierre Mitchell will be discussing how the procurement department can unshackle itself from the reality of minimal budgets, legacy operating models, manual processes, and antiquated capabilities in the face of stakeholders demanding higher value. (If you can't make the live event but are interested in the content, please register anyway and we'll send you a link to the recording and slides!)

We're thrilled to welcome Andrew Karpie as a new analyst who will be focusing primarily on services procurement! From Jason Busch:

"Even though I’ve personally covered a number of services procurement areas to date – with deeper coverage in the vendor management system (VMS) area – and my colleagues Pierre Mitchell and Peter Smith have contributed to our collective services procurement voice in multiple areas, we still have work to do ... Starting today, with the help of our latest contributing analyst Andrew Karpie we hope to give the broader services procurement area the coverage it deserves."

Speaking of services procurement, attending IQNavigator's "IQNsiders" conference was amongst one of Andrew's first duties. He and Jason have been covering the event for the past few days:

And here's a round-up of everything else going on:

Finally, I know I'll definitely be watching The Boat Race this weekend (and I am beyond thrilled that the women are getting equal billing with the men this year) but I beg you to not forget about The Goat Race either.

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