Katarzyna is responsible for the creation and development of an entirely new indirect sourcing organization. It has been developed from scratch and to date they have decided upon a tool to implement. Join her discussions, learn from her experiences and share yours!
Andreas has a Master of Science in Mechanical Engineering and has worked since 2006 with business development in Saab in Linköping. Prior to that, he worked with JAS 39 Gripen system development, was stationed in the United States as well as line manager for a calculation group. Andreas has been an industrial PhD student at Linköping University and has a great interest in work science, change management and professional skills.
Andreas invites You to join his Theme Discussions focusing on how do you ensure competence change when changing ways of working?
Annika is experienced by having managed various position through the supply chain, from material- and logistic planning and ERP expertise to supplier managment and project leadership.
As Project manager for Purchase-to-Pay within the Pulse Program I am responsible to drive the day to day work in the P2P implementation by working closely with colleagues across different parts of the organization to ensure that the decided processes are implemented in a correct way in the different local entities. I am actively supporting the development and improvement of the P2P processes both on Direct Material and Indirect Material in Supply Chain as well as in the sales companies within AAES. Part of my role is also to explain and educate the local organizations in the processes and ensure that they are well understood and implemented.
ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems is a continuously growing company, both through acquisitions and organic growth. By this the Pulse Program has been establishes to set and implement common and seamless processes throughout the company with respect to existing structures. This reduces complexity both for customers and employees and contributes to a stronger one ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems.
Part of aligning our processes is to implement a common ERP system. My role is to make sure that decided processes also will be applicable in the system and to hold common work shop to figure out and set what adjustments might be needed. And also to make sure that the P2P processes are in coherence with cross-functional areas for example logistics, manufacturing and finance.
About ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems
The ASSA ABLOY Group was formed in 1994 through the merger of two leading suppliers of locks and security solutions: ASSA in Sweden and ABLOY in Finland. ASSA ABLOY has since grown and expanded their offerings towards door opening solutions and entrance automation. The Entrance Systems division was formed in 2006.
At the core of ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems lies a broad and deep experience in entrance automation, with a wealth of expertise and a strong history of proven solutions. Through acquisitions of the well-known global product brands Besam, Crawford, Albany and Megadoor, the ASSA ABLOY family have realized respectable levels of success and market recognition setting industry standards in safety, security and convenience.
For several years, the product brands have been consistently promoted in conjunction with the ASSA ABLOY brand. Since 2017 the collective knowledge and resources from each of these companies are unified under the ASSA ABLOY brand.
ASSA ABLOY Entrance Systems is a division within ASSA ABLOY, the global leader in door opening solutions.
Miguel is a procurement leader and change agent with long-term strategic vision. He is skilled in change management with excellent communication skills and have a capacity to simplify complex problems and implement innovative solutions globally.
Miguel has a solid track record in renewables and automotive industries in the areas of procure-to-pay, strategic sourcing and e-procurement.
Morten has spent more than 10 years in the procurement field, and has been driving changes throughout all parts of source-to-pay.
As the Head of Procurement Operations in Nordea, Morten is leading an ambitious journey to become the best in an industry characterised by increasing complexity, regulation, and cost focus. Morten is coming from a background as management consultant, where he has been contributing to procurement progress in many international companies. In 2010 Morten joined Nordea where he has held different leadership positions as well as programme management.
Morten invite you to join his Theme Discussions – round table discussions focusing on how to increase alignment between the business, procurement & finance.