One key question that caught my attention from recent discussions is how procurement will approach supplier relationship management (SRM) as cost pressure increases and certain markets continue to shift in favour of suppliers.
3d printing, virtual reality, augmented reality, the Internet of Things, and crypto-currencies are disrupting both the consumer and business worlds, but what impact is this having on procurement and their supply chains.
Qantas recently went through a major business transformation to be able to compete in the competitive airline industry. In her keynote at the WPC in London, CPO Jane Harley talked about how she and her procurement team supported the business throughout this challenging time.
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