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Big Data Worries And Why eSourcing Is Playing Catch-Up.
As seasoned procurement professionals know, tracking and modelling a global supply chain is an extremely complex task as is the ability to utilise those numerous data streams in one place.
Go Deep and Go Wide with Procurement Analytics.
It's time to dispense with broad stroke analysis based on field-of-view data capture and educated guesses. It's time to take the shackles off procurement analysis.
The secret to analytics success - getting started.
Unfortunately, most procurement teams only scratch the surface on analytics, hindered by a “just get it done” mindset.
The Rise Of Real Time.
The seeds of what we will experience in our future day-to-day and business lives are being sowed now. And for procurement it means instant decisions.
Tech trends 2016, Part IV: Procurement gets fixed.
I can sum up the state of procurement in a single sentence: The way large companies buy goods and services is broken. Even the name we give it – “procurement” – shows something is wrong.
Tech trends 2016, Part III: Enterprise Software for 2016.
Coupa’s Rob Bernshteyn offers his predictions on the trends in software and procurement technology that will rise to the top in 2016.
Tech trends 2016, Part II: The supply chain goes digital.
Ariba's Emily Rakowski looks at the implications that an increasingly digitised world will have on supply chains in 2016.
Tech trends 2016, Part I: 6 catalysts for next-level change
GEP’s Puneet Goel looks at 6 key trends that will shape the procurement tech space in 2016.
Leading Through Transformation.
It seems to me that no two procurement transformations are the same, but that there are certain common elements that need to be in place.
Procurement and IT Must Collaborate Or They Will Waste The Value In Data.
Anyone in the procurement industry who thinks we're already living in some kind of golden age of data-based decision making is quite frankly deluded.