8:00 - Delegate Breakfast
8:15 - CPO Keynote Presentation: Increase Savings and Transparency Through Tail Spend Management by Debbie Manos-McHenry, Chief Sourcing Officer, Huntington Bank
9:00 - A Day in the Life discussion by Will Wagner, Director, Spend Management, Battelle
9:15 - A Day in the Life discussion on Source to Pay Technology and Opportunities to Leverage the Suite by Brian Roche, CPO, Westfield Group
9:30 - Roundtable Discussion
- What discussion items are top of mind?
- What current projects are you working on?
- What local, regional and global issues are your organizations facing today?
- What best practices and key changes in the industry will be useful moving forward?
10:45 - Closing Comments
11:00 - Adjourn
This discussion will focus on how effective tail spend management can drive transparency around spend and help push low risk agreements to standard P.O.'s.
Through her experiences at Huntington Bank, Debbie will share how they have been able to capture value of low spend / low risk supply base through a disciplined, risk based approach. Through this practice, they will realize savings by increasing transparency into what and who they are buying from allowing the opportunity to capture incremental savings. Debbie will share how this transparency will allow Huntington:
- Identify new areas to consolidate spend
- Drive compliance to existing category programs
- Take advantage of early payment discounts
Debbie is Chief Sourcing Officer of Huntington National Bank. Prior to joining Huntington in 2009, she was Executive Vice President and Chief Sourcing Officer at KeyBank where she led the centralized sourcing function from 2001 through 2009 and corporate real estate from 2006 through 2008. She is a member of the Sourcing Industry Group Thought Leadership Council, the SIG U Advisory Board and leads the Steering Committee of the Risk Management Association’s Third Party Management Round Table.
Since relocating to Columbus seven years ago, Debbie has become active in the community and an advocate of women’s issues. She serves on TaxTime of Central Ohio’s Financial Literacy group and is a volunteer tax preparer. She is a member of United Way’s Women’s Leadership Council, where she serves on the Steering Committee and co-chairs the Membership Committee, and previously served on the e3 Scholarship Committee and Initiatives Committee. She is active in Women for Executive Leadership Development programs and co-leader of Huntington’s Women’s Network. Debbie is Vice-Chair of the American Red Cross Ohio Buckeye Region’s Board of Director’s, where she serves on the Executive Committee and Nominating Committee, and was previously chair of the Philanthropy Committee.
She is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in the state of Ohio, received her B.B.A. degree, summa cum laude with University Honors, distinctive in taxation, from Kent State University at Kent in 1983 and her master of taxation degree from Golden Gate University of San Francisco, California, where she published her thesis, Multistate Taxation of the National and State Bank. Debbie is a graduate of the Key Executive Experience at the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University and the Huntington Executive Leadership Program at Fisher College of Business.
Brian Roche is responsible for Westfield’s enterprise procurement function which includes the development and execution of source-to-pay programs including category management, third party risk management, operational procurement and process automation.
Roche joined Westfield in April 2015 from Citizens Bank, where he served in various leadership positions managing vendor risk, strategic sourcing events and technology, and training programs. Before that, he was Vice President, Senior Sourcing Strategist for Key Bank National Association. In all, he brings 20 years of procurement, financial and leadership experience to his position with Westfield.
Roche earned his graduate degree in Information Systems Management from Case Western Reserve University, and his undergraduate degree in Finance from Ohio University.
He is a former member of BITS, the technology policy division of the Financial Services Roundtable, an industry group with expertise on managing vendor risk, and served as a charter Steering Committee member to establish the Risk Management Association’s Vendor Management Roundtable. He is also a current member of Sourcing Industry Group and provides thought leadership in other industry forums in emerging areas of supply chain management.