Lines of business, CIOs, CPOs, CROs and CCOs must come together to change the way that their organizations manage suppliers, vendors and third parties. They require an approach that balances agility with governance and better supports innovation and speed to market.
This webinar, featuring guest speaker, Forrester VP and Principal Analyst Duncan Jones, will cover:
- What obsolete thinking and vendor management processes are holding companies back
- What are the modern, agile and innovation-focused supplier management processes companies should be adopting
- New approaches to tiering and segmentation that support agility and innovation
- How to shift from ‘operational vendor management’ to ‘strategic vendor management’ that supports the digital ecosystem
- How to ensure proper governance in a dynamic environment
- Why it’s not just risk, but performance that companies should manage
- Why advanced supplier risk and performance management tools are critical to success
- Case studies from industry leaders
VP, Principal Analyst, Sourcing & Vendor Management, Forrester
SVP Product Strategy and Alliances, Aravo
Duncan is also a leading expert on ePurchasing applications, such as eProcurement and supplier risk and performance management (SRPM), with a particular focus on the increasing overlaps and conflicts between ePurchasing and sell-side B2B eCommerce. He advises clients on their application strategy in these areas, how to make good choices between alternative solution providers, and how to get the best results from implementation.
His experience in the enterprise software industry spans across most functional areas of business including engineering, product management, product marketing, solutions consulting, and executive leadership.
As Aravo Solution’s Senior Vice President of Product Strategy and Alliances, Dave works closely with Global 2000 customers to define and deliver best-in-class enterprise third-party risk management (TPRM) solutions that can scale to the business size, complexity and change requirements of large multinationals. He is also responsible for partner alliances, which has included pioneering work in building community/utilities TPRM applications for the defense and financial services industries in the UK.