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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

Creactives

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 […]