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Webinar Notes: CPO Rising 2015: The Agility Agenda

Webinar Notes: CPO Rising 2015: The Agility Agenda

This week’s webinar notes are from a March 31st event sponsored by SAP/Ariba and presented by Andrew Bartolini of Ardent Partners. I assume it will be made available on demand on Ariba’s Resource Page – you can click Show Search Options and Search by Type to focus on webinar replays.

This is Ardent Partners’ 10th annual CPO Rising research and report. This year’s participant group included 318 CPOs (and similarly positioned procurement leaders) in the survey and a group of 26 who were interviewed for additional information and context.

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Webinar Notes: ePayments: Big Trends & Predictions for 2015

Webinar Notes: ePayments: Big Trends & Predictions for 2015

This week’s webinar notes are from a February 12th event hosted by Bottomline Technologies and presented by Andrew Bartolini of Ardent Partners. Once it is available on demand (assuming it will be) it should be listed on Bottomline’s website.

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Webinar Notes: CPO Rising 2014: Convergence

Webinar Notes: CPO Rising 2014: Convergence

This week’s webinar notes cover yesterday’s delivery of Ardent Partners’ annual ‘CPO Rising’ report, sponsored by Ernst & Young. The presentation and report are the result of a survey of 273 Chief Procurement Officers and in depth interviews with 24 CPOs. The key word in this year’s report is convergence, as procurement increases their influence over the spend and operation of other functions such as Finance, Marketing, and Business Travel.

 

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Webinar Notes: Agility, Mobility, Visibility: Three Dynamics for the New Procurement

Webinar Notes: Agility, Mobility, Visibility: Three Dynamics for the New Procurement

This week’s webinar notes are from a December 4th event presented by Ardent Partners on what they have dubbed “The New Procurement”. If you want to read more from Andrew Bartolini and his team, visit CPOrising.com.

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Webinar Notes: How a Strong CFO-CPO Alliance Can Command Top Performance

Webinar Notes: How a Strong CFO-CPO Alliance Can Command Top Performance

This week’s featured webinar was presented by Ardent Partners: ‘Game of Thrones: How a Strong CFO-CPO Alliance Can Command Top Performance’. I’ve only seen one episode of the HBO series Game of Thrones – I didn’t have the nerves or the stomach to watch another – but luckily for me there was no violence or bloodshed involved in this webinar.

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Webinar Notes: The New Rules of Supply Management

Webinar Notes: The New Rules of Supply Management

The week’s featured events is ‘The New Rules of Supply Management’ hosted by ISM and presented by Ardent Partners and Ariba, with a client case study from SunTrust Bank woven in.

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Webinar Notes: Using The Category Sourcing Scorecard To Build A Smarter, Faster Sourcing Pipeline

Webinar Notes: Using The Category Sourcing Scorecard To Build A Smarter, Faster Sourcing Pipeline

In this week’s featured webinar, we heard from Ardent Partners Chief Research Officer Andrew Bartolini in an event presented by BravoSolution. Andrew shared a Category Sourcing Scorecard he and his team designed to support sourcing team efforts to build out pipelines that can help allocate team resources and prepare for opportunities.

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How do you know if your Spend is “Under “Management”?

This week’s eSourcing Wiki-Wednesday topic is Metrics for the Rest of Us – an article that breaks metrics down into Cost Avoidance and Reduction, Process Improvement, Operations, Customer Service, and Asset Utilization.

The last of the Cost reduction and avoidance metrics, “Spend Under Management” is defined as: Total Spend Under Management / Total Spend.

As noted in the eSourcing Wiki, this is a straightforward calculation. The problem is not with our ability to divide one number by another, but in defining the inputs to the equation. Total spend should be easy, although your department may use either total annual spend or total addressable spend (which is likely to exclude taxes and salaries). The real question is to decide what spend is designated as being ‘under management’.

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