Just because Halloween is around the corner, kids shouldn’t get all the good stuff. So, we’re handing out the latest in supplier management best practices this month. From risk to spend management to process improvement, our goal is to continue helping you take your procurement organization even further through supplier optimization. If you like what you read, don’t hesitate to share this to your colleagues.
This article was first published in the ACC Docket, August 2016.
In Part 1, we covered the idea of technology as both the catalyst for – and result of – “boundaryless” organizations, and why legal needs to embrace expertise in these integrated systems. In Part 2, we look at how people are also becoming silo-less through the power of self-service.
Employees without boundaries: Going self-service.
Featured Resource: Procurement, platforms and the future.
In the beginning, there were point solutions. Solved a lot of spreadsheet headaches (data misentry, anyone?), but had their own challenges. Enter the solution suite — digitized processes, integrated modules, standardization — and end-to-end automation. Perfect.
Source This article was first published in the ACC Docket, August 2016.
This two-part blog series explores the concept of the “boundaryless” enterprise, and the role that legal plays in this seamless world. In Part 1, we’ll get into how technology is essential for legal teams in not only managing all that interconnectedness, but the risks and potential that come with it.
Good business processes and systems breed successful businesses. As corporate counsel, we must be more than simply attuned with our company’s systems; we must be experts in them.
Digitization, data, disruption, agility. Procurement is emerging more and more as the driving force behind organizational profitability in enterprises worldwide. From implementing process improvements to re-engineering supplier management structures, procurement has become a center of change because it has learned to adapt, embrace and accelerate with every new development in technology. But there’s always room for improvement.