- The challenges of building a resilient supply chain.
- Digital engagement models and methods for procurement and stakeholders across the business.
- Identifying and realising the benefits of digital engagement across the supply chain.
- Hear from Procurement leaders first-hand how they are undertakings these transitions.
- Real-life business case example. Discover how you can apply these insights to your organisation.
- Q&A. Take the opportunity to raise questions with our expert panel.
What to Expect:
Hear from industry leading experts, discussing real-life customer examples and industry views from Spend Matters Managing Director and Chief Research Officer, Pierre Mitchell and Sainsbury’s Supplier, Commercial & Transformation Leader, Andrew Nagalewski.
Best-in-Class Enterprise Procurement organisations are moving from a traditional purchasing and negotiating function into a strategic, collaborative partner to the business.
CEOs expect spend savings but now also need more innovation, faster flexible execution, without surprises from vendors in their supply chain.
This drives Procurement’s need to manage more suppliers, better, with limited resources to become an agile trusted partner to the rest of the business.
The best CPOs and their teams are working with their peers to build resilient supply chains by digitally orchestrating their supplier relationships in a coordinated manner with IT, Finance, Legal, R&D, Risk, Sustainability etc.
To ensure that requirements from the rest of the business and external regulators/NGOs are aligned into a single engagement experience to drive the most value from their diverse third-party partners scattered around the globe.
This is no small task, especially given the complexity of modern operating/digital environments.
Understand how collaborating with IT and innovative digital platforms to build agile operating models that feature service management, active risk/compliance, and commercial/commitment management features that are propagating value requirements across the supply chain and helping to failsafe their fulfillment.
Register today and tune into this exciting webinar where you’ll learn about these major shifts which have only accelerated through COVID.
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Managing Director and Chief Research Officer – AZUL PARTNERS, INC. and SPEND MATTERS
Pierre leads procurement research and IP development at Spend Matters, and is the chief architect of the firm’s industry leading SolutionMapSM framework. He has 30 years of industry, advisory, and research experience and is a recognised digital procurement transformation expert specialising in advanced supply processes, practices, metrics, and enabling digital tools and services. Previously, Pierre led procurement research at The Hackett Group, and also coined the term “guided buying” in his role as the industry’s first procurement technology market analyst at AMR Research (now part of Gartner Group).
Head of Supplier Management – Sainsbury’s
Andy’s function supports the delivery of £32 billion in sales with £12.1 billion online, across the Sainsbury’s Group – Sainsbury, Sainsbury Bank, Argos, Nectar Card, Habitat & Tu clothing. He is accountable for defining, delivering and implementing the strategy and outcomes across Supplier Transformation, Management and Consolidation for software and hardware management disciplines. Over his 20 year’s of experience, Andy has worked in Senior positions across Dixons Carphone, Walgreens Boots Alliance and the Print3Group and managed over 2000 suppliers, Annual Opex spend of £1billion+ and Annual Capex spend of £200m+.
Chief Product Officer – Brooklyn Vendor Assurance
With over 20 years’ experience, Nick has held various C level positions, personally managing over £120m in supplier spend, coordinated the compliance of Technology of some 2500 IT professionals and managed £1bn in annual spend and consolidating it to £650m over 3 years. Through the course of his career, Nick has worked directly with the PRA to build and manage a 2nd Line Tech Risk Function, where one of five pillars focus was on Supplier Risk. Haven spoken with many CPOs, Vendor Managers and IT Supplier Managers on the challenges of Vendor Management, Nick has adopted these learnings to drive a best practice strategic framework for Vendor Management to support the discipline.