Every so often my wife and I start binge watching a new series in the age of on demand. The latest show we started is called The Wire on HBO. An acclaimed crime drama series that takes place in the gritty urban inner-city streets of Baltimore, I immediately came to recognize that it’s set in a time before the advent of smartphones, where in an early episode street gang members were seen pawning the latest Nokia 3310 series phone.
The podcast series that’s all about minding your business in contract management and source to pay.
This new series of podcasts is simply conversations between industry professionals, people like you and me talking about what’s happening out there in the world of source to pay and contract management. In this first episode, Kelly Barner, procurement industry expert, author and Managing Director of Buyers Meeting Point and I share some thoughts around an increasingly common – but misunderstood – procurement industry term: platform.
In Part One of this two-part series, we explored the logistical complexity of deploying contract lifecycle management (CLM) worldwide. In Part Two, we lay out the requirements that a CLM solution will need to meet to be successful on the world stage.
A new incoming administration, Brexit, global power shifts…. The world is changing—are your contracts ready?
Over the holiday break I came across a recent article in Forbes Magazine. A Forbes study, conducted jointly with Hitachi of 573 global companies, reveals that just 13% of them have integrated digital technologies enterprise-wide, and 51% plan to dedicate 10% or more of revenues to digital transformation over the next two years.
When we look at software, we often tend to think of the use case in isolation – or as a horizontal if you will. Think back to when you first started using MS Office. Word was for creating documents, of course; PowerPoint for presentations; Excel for spreadsheets; Outlook for emails and calendars.