Webinar: Asserting your Rights to SAP eSourcing on Demand and CLM in the Cloud. No Pain and Plenty to GainJune 30, 2015 Customer StoriesRessourcenWebinars
SAP announced plans to discontinue eSourcing on Demand (eSoD) by the end of 2015. But, smart buyers who are looking to maximize their options and assert their rights to flexible procurement solutions should definitely plan to attend this webinar.
1. Spend Matters will discuss strategies that buyers can employ to reduce vendor lock-in and open up choices in application selection, provisioning, integration (e.g., to both on-premise application suites and to business networks), and value-added services to ensure agility, security, and business outcomes.
Pierre Mitchell has 25 years of procurement and supply chain industry and consulting experience, and is a recognized procurement expert, specializing in supply processes, practices, metrics, and enabling tools and services. Before joining Spend Matters, Pierre ran procurement research at The Hackett Group.
2. Hubwoo subject matter experts will discuss specifics of implementing these strategies so that you can retain personalized best-of-breed functionality and secured commercial data within a broader SAP environment – with particular emphasis on SAP’s new Sourcing and SAP Contract Lifecycle Management v10.0 solutions.
Ashley is the Director of Global Sourcing Services and Global Professional Services at Hubwoo, he manages a global team of consultants who implement solutions and deliver on-going adoption services.
3. Finally there will be a Q&A with Jason Dunham of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI). The RNLI is the charity that saves lives at sea. Its volunteer lifeboat crews provide a 24-hour search and rescue service around the UK and Ireland. The charity operates over 230 lifeboat stations and has more than 220 lifeguard units.
Jason has worked in Procurement for 26 years. He has worked across a variety of sectors including Commercial Property Management, High Technology Manufacturing and Aerospace. In Jason’s role as Principal Procurement Manager for the RNLI his responsibilities include running the central Procurement office, which is responsible for procuring products and services for both the building of the All Weather, and Inland Lifeboats, and parts procurement for MRO activities of the fleet.