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machine learning

Data, risk and forecasting – three wheels of procurement

The big data growth we have been witnessing is set to skyrocket with developments in AI, IOT and machine learning and the increasing uptake of […]

AI-Powered Data Categorisation as a critical business success factor – a webinar with Creactives and Siemens


We introduced you to Creactives last month, following their move into the Spend Mattes 50 To Watch list. Creactives, based out of Italy, has developed […]

Why Use Bots/Enterprise Assistants in Procurement?

Ian Anstey is Business Development Director, apsolut Group, which is a SAP and SAP Ariba partner for on-premise, cloud and hybrid procurement solutions. He gave […]

Untangling the Current Procurement Technology Developments for Buyers and Decision Makers

Last month, June 12, we held a webinar discussion with global procurement and supply chain consulting firm, GEP. The topic was ‘Procurement Technology Developments – […]

Icertis Have Been Busy – New Announcements in CLM AI

You may have heard that earlier this month, Icertis, the Bellevue, Washington-based firm that provides cloud-based, enterprise contract lifecycle management (CLM) software, opened an office […]

Coupa’s Deep Learning and How It Applies to Spend Optimisation

At Coupa Inspire last week, we attended the ‘AI – Beyond the Marketing Fluff’ session with Paddy Lawton, Coupa’s General Manager of Spend Analytics. AI […]