Where Did All the Savings Go? Join the SAP Ariba Procurement Workshop on Nov 2 to find out

Procurement professionals invest a lot of time and effort in surveying the market, building strategic relationships with key suppliers, and ultimately negotiating the best possible contracts.

However, in reality as much as half of these negotiated savings are not realized due to complexities and inefficiencies in the procure-to-pay process. Failure to comply with the contract, poor process management, inefficient AP processes, and maverick spend are just some of the many causes.

What if procuring for your business needs could be as seamless and easy to do as online grocery shopping? What if each employee in your organization could manage his or her own orders, with real-time visibility into their status?

Join us for a FREE half-day workshop at SAP Singapore on 2nd November, 2016, for a hands-on and practical session on how companies are utilizing SAP Ariba solutions to realize savings and make procurement cool again.   

Date: November 2, 2016 (Wednesday)

Venue: SAP Singapore | 30 Pasir Panjang Road, #03-32, Mapletree Business City

Time: 9:30 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. or 2.30 p.m. – 5.00 p.m. (please select a session to attend)

Register for the event here

What you will learn:

  • Simplifying the shopping experience
  • Managing supplier risk across your supply chain
  • Savings tips to take back to your organization 

Who will benefit from this workshop:

Managers in procurement, purchasing, sourcing, category planning, supplier management or finance

Can’t make it? Register your interest to join future workshops with SAP Ariba.

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

 

 

 

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