On-Demand Webinar

Collaborative Contract Management

Among the many internal and external demands and pressures facing procurement organizations in 2015, both procurement compliance and risk management remain near the top of the list.

Procurement departments have long used contract management systems to communicate business requirements, track spend against contracts and manage supplier relationships. However, as the capabilities in these systems continue to advance, procurement’s ability to improve contract compliance and insight into contract obligations, as part of a wider corporate and procurement compliance and risk management strategy, must follow in stride.

This webinar looks at collaborative approaches Chief Procurement Officers and their departments should consider for advancing contract management.

Watch this on-demand webinar video to learn about:

  • The shift in the criticality of contract management for procurement
  • Best practices for improving collaboration in contract management
  • Technology approaches for improving contract management collaboration
  • Integrating contract management as part of supplier management

Learn the elements of collaborative contract management and gain the tools to enhance procurement compliance and mitigate risk – watch now.

Webinar Title:

Collaborative Contract Management: Procurement’s Role in Enhancing Compliance
and Mitigating Risk

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Ardent Partners

Andrew BartoliniAndrew Bartolini | Chief Research Officer, Ardent Partners

Andrew Bartolini is a globally-recognized expert in sourcing, procurement, accounts payable, and supply management. Andrew focuses his research and efforts on helping enterprises develop and execute strategies to achieve operational excellence within their procurement and finance departments. Andrew is also the publisher of CPO Rising, the first independent research site written for and about Chief Procurement Officers and other supply management executives (www.cporising.com). He actively covers the technology marketplace as well as trends in sourcing, procurement, supply management, and accounts payable and has been published or quoted in leading business publications including The Wall Street Journal, Business Week, Investor’s Business Daily, Forbes, and Fortune, as well as the major trade publications focused on supply management. Andrew has been named a “Pro to Know” by Supply and Demand Chain Executive three times and holds a B.A. in Economics from The College of the Holy Cross and an M.B.A in Finance from Indiana University.

Bill-DemartinoBill DeMartino | General Manager of North America, riskmethods

Bill is leading riskmethods’ North American business, growing the firm into the industry’s leading Supply Chain Risk Management solution. He has 15 years of experience in the procurement and supply management in various leadership roles at IBM, Emptoris and Determine. Bill is a recognized Supply Management luminary, a speaker at industry events and author of papers.

Constantine LimberakisConstantine Limberakis | Director of Product Marketing, SpendHQ

A thought leader in the area of procurement and supply management, Constantine has over 20 years of experience, playing strategic roles in a wide spectrum of organizations related to consulting, product marketing, product development and market research. Throughout his career, he’s engaged business leaders and the broader analyst and technology community with strategic content, speaking engagements, research, webinars, and industry articles. Constantine is focused on analyzing technology business trends and promoting leading technology around procurement and supply management.

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