Live Q&A for Finance and Procurement Professionals webinar
When

November 17, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm America/New_York
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Organizer

Buyers Meeting Point - Kelly Barner - Twitter

Host

Rosslyn Analytics - Paul Cook

Co-Host

Spend Matters Netherlands - Gert van der Heijden

Attendance Fee
Free

How can finance and procurement work better together to create more business value?

This is one of many questions that will be discussed in a live panel discussion hosted by Rosslyn Analytics’ Paul Cook, VP Global Sales, Gert van der Heijden, Editor of Spend Matters Netherlands, and Han Kieftenbeld, an experienced international CFO and CPO.

This is your opportunity to ask any question related to finance and procurement, such as:

What types of data should I be using more of to create short-term savings?
What are the top five KPIs finance should expect from procurement?
How do I effectively maintain savings year on year?
What other parts of the business could benefit from procurement’s expertise?
How do I identify and evaluate an analytics vendor for my company?
What are the most pressing business risks I should be monitoring right now?
What analytical skills should I bring into my team?

Why attend this webinar:

1. What are the top five KPIs finance should expect from procurement?

2. What other parts of the business could benefit from procurement’s expertise?

3. What are the most pressing business risks I should be monitoring right now?

More information about the speakers:

Rosslyn Analytics - Paul Cook - VP Global Sales - Twitter

Paul has a wealth of experience in the B2B “e” markets space having held senior / board level positions at Medipurchase, UKprocure, TradingPartners, Aquanima and Zycus.

His experience ranges from Bespoke SaaS-based catalogs to global full suite enterprise applications and services.

A specialist in new business and start-ups, Paul has worked extensively in Northern Europe and the USA.

Paul has previously held the office of CPO for world leading Leisure and Entertainment and is fully qualified MCIPs.

Spend Matters Netherlands - Gert van der Heijden - Editor - Twitter

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