The results of Best-in-Class organizations show that an investment in P2P can pay large dividends, while the relentless pressure on bottom-line performance makes a P2P investment all, but necessary, for most groups. Yet, the speed and level of returns from a P2P initiative can and do vary widely.
So, what are the elements of a P2P program that improve the speed and levels of returns? What truly distinguishes a Best-in-Class P2P program from all others?
Thanks Andrew, I’m glad you asked
If you are glad I asked, then you won’t want to miss the upcoming webinar – Procure-to-Pay: The Best-in-Class Blueprint (registration required) that is sponsored by Puridiom
While presenting our views on a Best-in-Class P2P blueprint, I will have the opportunity to review the most common goals and objectives behind the launch of a P2P initiative, make best practice recommendations on defining project scope, and discuss who, how, and when to engage the different P2P stakeholders. Attendees will also get a copy of my new report on the topic. It should be a great event.
Here are the event logistics:
Live Webcast Event:
Hosted by Supply & Demand Chain Executive
Wednesday, September 19, 2012
2:00 PM ET | 1:00 PM CT | 12:00 PM MT | 11:00 AM PT
Andrew Bartolini – Managing Partner & Chief Research Officer, Ardent Partners
Dennis Toohey – Director of Solutions, Puridiom
Barry Hochfelder – Editor, Supply & Demand Chain Executive