Building and maintaining a healthy working relationship with the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) is an integral part of many Chief Procurement Officer’s (CPO’s) job — largely because many CPOs report directly to CFOs, but also because AP/Finance and Procurement are such integral partners. As a result, building better CFO-CPO relationships will be a big topic at CPO Rising 2017: Ardent’s Executive Procurement Summit in Boston this fall. If you’re a procurement or finance professional who’d like to hear from industry-recognized experts the top strategies on how to build better relationships, you’ll definitely want to join us at the Harvard Club in Boston’s Back Bay on November 8 and 9. Tickets are available now but hurry, early-bird registration ends July 31. Don’t delay — register here!
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