October 19, 2016 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Zycus - Richard Waugh
Many Supply Management organizations have capitalized on trends such as outsourcing and globalization to optimize supply chain costs and drive profitability by sourcing from the best value suppliers across the globe. However, many are now also realizing that their increasingly global and complex supply chains have the potential to dramatically increase their exposure to risk – risk due to potential supply chain disruptions, regulatory compliance, data privacy, or even their very brand identity and reputation.
This webinar will focus on the best practices that market leading organizations are implementing now, as they move into the new SRM – Supplier Risk Management.
Why attend this webinar:
1. Defining Supplier Risk for Procurement and Establishing a Risk Management Program
2. On-Boarding Right the First Time – Preventative Risk Management
3. Segmenting and Prioritizing Suppliers – Screening for Risk
4. Performing Supplier Risk Assessments – and Taking Action
5. Measuring Value – What are the Key Metrics and ROI Drivers?
More information about the speakers:
Zycus - Richard Waugh - VP Corporate Development - Twitter @Zycus
As Vice President for Corporate Development, Richard leads strategic initiatives in the areas of new product introduction, market development, thought leadership, analyst relations, and strategic partner development programs.
Richard has an extensive background in B2B eCommerce, going back to his early career at GE, where he helped launch GE's Trading Process Network (TPN), the first on-line marketplace for sourcing and procurement in the mid 1990's. He had been a co-founder of B2eMarkets, one of the first SaaS (Software as a Service) Sourcing Suite providers and later covered the Supply Management market as an industry analyst for the Aberdeen Group. Prior to joining Zycus, he helped bring to market new innovations in P2P (Procure-to-Pay), helping global clients achieve world-class P2P system adoption and performance. Richard has a B.A. from Wake Forest University and is a graduate of GE’s Financial Management Program (FMP).