E-procurement Best Practices for 2020

45 minutes

About The Webinar

Building best practices into your e-procurement process is only possible when you get the basics right. Make sure to attend this webinar and get 2020 started right.

So many people want to know what makes one procurement process better than another. Though we can simplify the answer and say, it’s all about high-quality data, the truth is that great e-procurement relies upon managing the complexity surrounding all those places where data/content live. 

So join us as we discuss the key processes and the various complexities which make them challenging. You are welcome to join the conversation and contribute to our best practice thinking around topics like:

  • Scoping for complexity
  • Supplier engagement
  • Keeping quality data current
  • Supplier catalog management
  • Performance Measurement

In 2020 we expect to have multiple conversations around this central theme of ‘complexity’ within e-procurement. Join the webinar and be part of the conversation as it evolves.

Who should attend:
You should attend if procurement processes and the solutions which support them are important to you. You should join if you plan any sort of procurement or procure-to-pay process modernization during 2020.

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Meet The Speakers

Miia Lönnqvist
Miia Lönnqvist
Sales Executive
OpusCapita
Miia has experience combination of sales, customer service, purchasing, sourcing and development activities in various positions in direct and indirect business areas, related to services and materials (e.g. IT SW & HW & Consultancy and Marketing & Communications). She has led global virtual teams in matrix organizations, trained colleagues/stakeholders, supported colleagues by mentoring and as a key user for ERP, eSourcing&eAuction and logistics tracking solutions (e.g. SAP R/3, SAP-Ariba, ScanMarket, Sievo).
Rowan Lemley
Rowan Lemley
Head of Product Marketing
OpusCapita
Rowan has more than 10 years of experience in the purchase-to-pay arena. During this time, he has managed the go-to-market for a diverse set of portfolios including Accounts Payable Automation, B2B Networks, Financing Services, eProcurement and Product Information Management.