The Technology Agenda webinar
When

November 10, 2015 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm America/New_York
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Organizer

Buyers Meeting Point - Kelly Barner - Twitter

Host

Ariba, an SAP Company - Emily Rakowski

Co-Host

Oxford Economics - Edward Cone

Co-Host

AGCO - Drew Browning

Attendance Fee
Free

Part of the Future of Procurement webinar series, by Oxford Economics

Re-think what technology means to the future of your procurement organization. In this eye-opening panel discussion, we’ll talk about how technology has fundamentally changed the way procurement operates, and will continue to do so…in ways you may not have thought of. You’ll come away with new insights into:

Automation. Get the surprising statistics on what’s being automated, today and tomorrow—with interesting differences between procurement execs and non-execs

AGCO’s real-world experiences. Get perspectives on this critical topic from the global indirect procurement director of AGCO – a $9.7B worldwide leader in agricultural equipment

Business networks. Hear about the increasingly important role of business networks

The social connection. Find out how companies are using social technology internally and externally for critical market insights such as supply chain threats

Will technology be a game-changer for your procurement organization? Or just another tool for doing the same things, faster? Join us on November 10 for a great discussion of these questions, and more.

Why attend this webinar:

1. Get the surprising statistics on what’s being automated, today and tomorrow

2. Hear about the increasingly important role of business networks

3. Find out how companies are using social technology internally and externally for critical market insights

More information about the speakers:

Ariba, an SAP Company - Emily Rakowski - Global VP, Audience Marketing and Demand Generation - Twitter

Oxford Economics - Edward Cone - Deputy Director, Thought Leadership - Twitter

AGCO - Drew Browning - Director, Global Indirect Procurement - Twitter

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