Procurement Outsourcing Is It Worth It webinar

December 09, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm America/New_York
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Buyers Meeting Point - Kelly Barner - Twitter


BizSlate - Marc Kalman


BSI Supply Chain Solutions - Jim Yarbrough


Supply and Demand Chain Executive

Attendance Fee

While there are benefits, including cutting costs, profiting from the expertise of the third parties and improving productivity, there are serious issues and geographic risks to consider. You have turned over control of part of your business to a third party. If they aren’t properly managed they could negatively impact your supply chain, your brand, and your reputation. If there are areas of non-compliance with security, CSR or BCM regulations or if that entity becomes inefficient or unreliable, where does that leave you? If you don’t take a proactive approach to managing the risks of outsourcing, your company could be impacted in more ways than one.

Why attend this webinar:

1. Learn about the value proposition of procurement outsourcing

2. Weigh the risks versus the rewards

3. See how to to be proactive in making decisions on the subject

More information about the speakers:

BizSlate - Marc Kalman - President and CEO - Twitter

Marc Kalman is an experienced business leader and supply chain expert. He is honored by being included as a top supply chain professional by Supply and Demand Chain Executive for the past seven consecutive years. He has two decades of experience helping thousands of SMBs improve supply chains and operations. Prior to BizSlate, Marc was co-founder and Chief Executive Officer of eZCom Software Inc., a SaaS Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) provider that he ran successfully for 10 years. He speaks and writes frequently on topics of importance to the supply chain world.

BSI Supply Chain Solutions - Jim Yarbrough - Global Intelligence Manager - Twitter

Jim Yarbrough leads BSI’s team of supply chain risk analysts and assesses the potential threat of security, corporate social responsibility, and business continuity risks to countries and businesses worldwide. These assessments are integral to the Supply Chain Risk Exposure Evaluation Network (SCREEN) tool, and to the Global Risk Analysis & Data Evaluation (GRADE) tool that BSI provides to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. He also provides information and analysis about the threat to international cargo to governments around the world and to a number of Fortune 500 companies.

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