After a slow couple of weeks, the calendar is once again buzzing with activities. In addition to the webinars recommended below, ProcureCon Pharma is happening in Zurich on the 13th through the 15th and Procurement Leaders’ World Procurement Congress is happening in London on March 15-16. If you like to plan further ahead, I recommend “Applying B2C Strategies to Corporate Procurement” from BuyerQuest on March 28th. Click on the title of each recommended webinar below to view the full description and register.
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March 13th, 12n ET
If you are a leading edge company looking at piloting or implementing Robotic Process Automation (RPA), you might be at a loss for how to decide between the available options. Spoiler alert: they are listed in the event description as cost reduction, quality control, risk management and scalability. That said, if you are considering RPA, you’ll want to hear more – after all, it is procurement that the company will look to for prospective supplier evaluation and selection.
March 13th, 12n ET
I am presenting this event on Tuesday, and given my knowledge of the topics, preparation, and slides, I can wholeheartedly recommend it. Hours of research went into pulling together down-to-earth explanations, consumer implications, procurement considerations, etc. on blockchain, AI, digital transformation, machine learning, cognitive computing, and RPA. Besides that, the slides look amazing – mostly because they went through a designer. So please plan to join me!
March 15th, 11am ET
Blockchain has many potential enterprise applications, but this event sticks close to its ‘bread and butter’ – financial services. The HfS team promises to deliver a case study that will demonstrate the good news and bad news of blockchain implementations. And with an impressive panel of speakers, we can expect helpful honestly as well as seasoned insight.
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