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Add to Calendar 01/23/2019 09:00 AM 01/23/2019 9:40 AM America/Los_Angeles Webinar: Innovation-led Procurement Science Exchange Webinar Series Log in using your unique attendee link.

Innovation-led Procurement
with Andrew Bartolini, Ardent Partners

WEBINAR



Innovation is a powerful word and a broad concept. It can create markets while generating dilemmas, be an industry “game-changer” or a simple, incremental improvement. Given the level of organizational maturity, it is no surprise that most procurement-led innovation today focuses on the incremental.

The reality is that many of the enterprise’s larger, longer-term opportunities depend on how well procurement identifies and drives innovation within the enterprise and across the supply chain.


Join Ardent Partners Chief Research Officer, Andrew Bartolini, as he discusses the opportunities that procurement has to find, harvest, and deliver innovation in today’s marketplace.

 

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January 23, 2019 | 9am PST/12pm EST/5pm UTC

    

Who should attend:

  • Chief Procurement Officers
  • Procurement Directors
  • Research Operations Professionals
  • IT Leaders

In this 60-minute session including Q&A, you'll learn

  • How innovative technologies are impacting the procurement function
  • Transformational thinking that will help guide you to improving the performance of your team
  • Custom industry intelligence that reveals new best practices for digitizing procurement organizations

About Our Speaker

Andrew Bartolini, Ardent Partners        


Andrew Bartolini is a globally recognized expert in sourcing, procurement, accounts payable, and supply management. At Ardent Partners, Andrew focuses his research and efforts on helping enterprises develop and execute strategies to achieve operational excellence within their procurement and finance departments. Andrew is also the publisher of CPO Rising, the leading site for Chief Procurement Officers and other procurement executives and Payables Place, a research-driven site that focuses on the ePayables or Accounts Payable automation market.