The past few years have brought dramatic changes to the procurement and supply chain business models. The leaders of these functions are increasingly being evaluated not just for operational effectiveness, but on their teams’ ability to make strategic contributions to the overall business.
To help current and aspiring procurement and supply chain leaders obtain the essential knowledge that will help them create maximum value for their enterprises, SIG and GEP are partnering to bring SIG members full access to the GEP Knowledge Bank – the industry’s richest and most extensive collection of procurement- and supply chain-related research and insights.
Drawing upon the combined experience of procurement’s deepest and broadest team of problem solvers and advisors, the GEP Knowledge Bank gives you proprietary research, white papers, webinars, case studies, e-guides and videos — all focused on the latest trends and topics in procurement and supply chain strategy, processes and technology.
What You’ll Find in the GEP Knowledge Bank:
- Guidelines for building best-in-class procurement and supply chain organizations
- Latest benchmarks and best practices in procurement and supply chain management
- Latest trends in procurement technology and discussions on digital procurement transformation
- Industry- and category-specific insights and expert perspectives
- Annual Outlook reports and leadership surveys
Whether you want to explore a big concept like digital transformation, or want to deep-dive into specific topics like category management or spend analysis, you’ll find what you need here.
As a recognized global leader in procurement and supply chain transformation, GEP combines strategic thinking with innovative technology to deliver game-changing business outcomes. Every day, all over the world, GEP helps hundreds of Fortune 500 and Global 2000 enterprises — in every major industry, in every major market — operate more efficiently and effectively, gain competitive advantage, boost profitability, and maximize business and shareholder value. And so, the insights GEP provides are based on real problems faced by its clients and focus on practical solutions.