One of the most powerful elements to achieving superior procure-to-pay performance also happens to be one of the simplest. With it you enable procurement agility, elevate your entire enterprise, and deliver engagement levels most CPOs only dream of.
Collaboration is king for a process which involves multiple stakeholders, the business and suppliers, like P2P. For most procurement departments, the development and execution of a highly collaborative P2P operation can create significant value and enable procurement to be more proactive and responsive to the needs of all stakeholders – in a word, more agile.
For procurement and supply chain technology, collaborative functionality is the next logical evolution.
Why collaborative technologies are the next step
Where collaboration sits on the CPOs priority list
What the pitfalls are of not considering a collaborative process
How seamless collaboration can impact key procure-to-pay metrics
The role of collaboration in improving supplier relationships
Mike Jud - Director Product Marketing
Mike just joined Tradeshift as the Director of Product Marketing for Procure-to-Pay (P2P). Mike has a long history with Procurement and Financial solutions and working with customers on best practices. Prior to Tradeshift, Mike was the Product Director at Procurement startup, Vroozi, where he was responsible for the roadmap for mobile Procurement, Marketplace, and AP Automation solutions. Prior to Vroozi, Mike was a Procurement Solution Manager at SAP for 15 years, where he engaged companies, big and small, to shape SAP's Procurement portfolio and roadmap. Mike is building on that experience to deliver solutions that enable process improvement, organizational alignment, innovation, and continuous growth.
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