When you’re a CFO – no matter what company you happen to work for – it’s hard not to take a straight line finance perspective. As the CFO of Determine, I’m constantly faced with the challenge of balancing the requirements of finance and accounting with the needs of procurement and legal. After all, they are our customers too.
Meeting diversity objectives can help reach a whole range of bigger corporate objectives, too!
Supplier diversity was initially promoted as corporate stewardship for the disenfranchised. Today, diversity is considered a competitive advantage. Changing work demographics and emerging markets compel businesses to invest in supplier diversity programs. Yet, most organizations are unable to measure and report on their supplier diversity efforts.
A common currency demands uncommon approaches
Europe offers unique sourcing and spend management challenges; the right strategy will turn those into unique opportunities. Continue Reading
Gartner has the data: more than 90% of 2015’s deals were for cloud-delivered solutions and suites.*
Conversations about cloud/SaaS computing always seem to circle back to security. Yet the fact is that most of us are already in the cloud. So many services are hybridized that it’s almost impossible to delineate where the cloud starts and on-premise leaves off.
Company name: Marvell Semiconductor (division of Marvell Technology)
Marvell Semiconductor, Inc., offers integrated circuit solutions using communications mixed signal processing and digital signal processing technologies. The company offers switching, wireless, PC connectivity, gateway and power management products; and transceivers and communications controllers. It also offers system-on-chip products, hard disk controllers, preamplifiers, motor controllers, and tape drive controllers. In addition, the company provides storage products for hard disk drives and tape drive electronics, and storage interconnect technology. Its products are used in computers, communications-related equipment and consumer devices.