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Benchmark: Redesigning Procurement for Agility
In an uncertain environment, only those that are responsive, adaptable and agile will thrive. Historically, companies have looked to Procurement to help manage costs, improve operational efficiencies, and manage supplier relationships. Still important objectives, ongoing global economic uncertainty, the ever increasing pace of innovation, and the near-constant entrance of new competitors in both established and emerging markets has companies looking to Procurement teams to help facilitate innovation and agility across the business. Discuss how you see Procurement adapting to become more agile, and aiding in innovation across the company.
- What are the potential business benefits of a more agile Procurement organization?
- How do you measure agility within Procurement?
- What Procurement processes in your organization do you consider the most agile today? The least?
Welcoming you is Stig Landström, Account Executive Nordics, Tradeshift