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How to win the bidding war with innovation
Lewis Miller, president at Qvidian, talks about how procurement and sales can work closer together to make the proposal process more efficient
Taking procurement up a gear
Interoperability, extreme flexibility and disruptive user experiences hold the key to procurement’s evolution in 2017
What does the coffee market teach us about procurement's future?
Supplier innovation, big data and a need for speed mean there’s no turning back for procurement’s digital transformation
How machine will help man
There’s no denying artificial intelligence and robotics are assisting procurement in the menial tasks, but how far is too far?
Procurement software with a lighter touch
Cloud, user experience and automation will affect how the function operates in the future
Success of transformation rests on relevance
Procurement Leaders invites Hannu Kilpeläinen, product marketing manager at Basware, to talk about the importance of relevance to any transformation effort.
Is technology making procurement professionals lazy?
Doug Fullenkamp, director at Insight Sourcing Group, looks at how new technologies are shaping the function and what people should do to manage them and get the most value out of them
Engineering procurement: Priorities for every executive.
It's time to draw a line: what are the challenges that will shape procurement's commitment to be better in 2016?
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.