Roadmap to Savings: Partnering with the Business to Drive Progress
How procurement can work with leadership to achieve savings goals.
What the webinar covers:
The road to savings is something all companies must navigate, but whether it’s a smooth ride or a bumpy one depends on a myriad of factors, one of them being your approach to procurement. Creating a collaborative partnership between procurement and the business can lead to greater, and sustainable, savings.
In this Art of Procurement webinar, “Roadmap to Savings: Partnering with the Business to Drive Progress”, Joe Payne, SVP of Source-to-Pay at Corcentric is joined by Dave Quillin, Director, Strategic Sourcing and Partner Management at Alliant Credit Union (ACU), for a valuable discussion on how to develop a productive and unique game plan for delivering savings.
What you will learn:
How procurement can…
- Work with leadership to incentivize savings and compliance
- Increase category-specific credibility with the business
- Build and execute a sourcing roadmap to ensure annual savings targets are met
Philip Ideson, Managing Director of Art of Procurement
Philip Ideson is the Founder and Managing Director of Art of Procurement. Prior to Art of Procurement, Philip led procurement transformation, category management, and sourcing programs for clients of Procurian and Accenture. Previously, Philip was Head of International Procurement, Sourcing & Third Party Risk Management at Ally Financial.
Dave Quillin, Director, Strategic Sourcing and Partner Management at Alliant Credit Union
Innovative Procurement professional with expertise in the strategic sourcing and purchasing of IT assets including both hardware and software.
Joe Payne, Senior Vice President of Source-to-Pay, Corcentic
Joe Payne is a sourcing and procurement expert who has worked with companies, ranging from mid-market to the Fortune 100, to optimize their sourcing and procurement strategies. At Corcentric, he is responsible for strategy and delivery of the Corcentric Source-to-Pay solution offering, including technology, services, and GPO programs.