Recommended procurement webinar 10/23: Are you really MANAGING Procurement? (Or Does Stuff Just Happen…) (Per Angus… https://t.co/7mxxwtQSK2
This webinar is hosted by Accenture & Tradeshift
The transport and logistics industry is in the middle of extreme digital disruption. Enterprises will either innovate and automate or lose market share. That might seem daunting for an industry that’s traditionally very paper heavy. In fact, market research shows that as much as 70% of all invoice processing costs are wrapped up in manual processes. Although disruption may be uncomfortable, there are plenty of advantages to be gained if handled proactively.
Learn from the pro’s in this webinar. See how companies such as DHL, Kühne + Nagel, Hapag-Lloyd, Air France-KLM, Panalpina and many more are digitizing to transform.
In this webinar you will learn
- The state of the invoicing landscape and the major changes/trends shaping the Transport and Logistics industry
- Solutions to e-invoicing processing and global compliance
- How to get a digitally connected and engaged supplier base, without compromising real-time visibility into supply chain data
Marcus Fromm, Managing Director/ Partner, Accenture Travel and Transportation Industry Lead
Marcus is leading the travel & transportation industry practice in Switzerland. His industry focus at Accenture is in Airlines and Freight & Logistics, where he has gained broad client and project experience. His primary expertise lies in strategic direction settings, turnaround management, transformational value creation as well as business planning, organizational setup and process designs.
Ian Thompson, UK Senior Director, Tradeshift
Ian has more than 15 years of supply chain technology experience and has worked directly on eSourcing, eProcurement, Supply Chain Integration and P2P transformation projects for businesses of all sizes. He has e.g. consulted on projects for major Transport and Logistics companies, major retailers, and large government departments. Motivated by the need to understand the real issues facing the market, Ian will go straight to the point and thoughtfully explore relevant and topical issues affecting today’s procurement professionals.