Dustin Cochran was named a 2020 Pro to Know by Supply and Demand Chain Executive for the third time in recognition of his leadership in helping organizations improve the efficiency of their supply chains to meet changing customer expectations.
Ara Arslanian was named a 2020 Pro to Know by Supply and Demand Chain Executive for the sixth time overall. Arslanian was chosen for his thought leadership in supply chain management and dedication to expanding the scope of the group purchasing organization (GPO) model to deliver more effective solutions to direct and indirect procurement groups.
Procurement is evolving in today’s marketplace. While procurement remains recognized for its core functions of reducing and avoiding purchasing costs, it has taken on a more value-oriented approach to help businesses drive growth.
When the expressway ahead becomes gridlocked, do you accept the frustration of stop-and-go traffic? Or, do you take the next exit and dynamically navigate an alternate path to your desired destination? If you’re the latter kind of driver, you’ll want to keep reading.
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A rapidly changing workforce, integrated with the advent of the digital era, is shifting the way procurement operates. Younger generations entering the private sector workforce are proposing improvements to current processes that questions the status quo. For the first time in modern age, five generations are present at work –Traditionalists, Baby Boomers, Generation X, Millennials, and Gen Z.
This blog was originally posted on the Sterling website.
It’s not that much time, but just think about how easy it is to waste five minutes in a workday.
What’s your first move if an emergency situation – whether a tropical storm or a political uprising – breaks out around the corner from your home?
EoSL can be a four-letter word for IT managers. After all, those four letters stand for “End of Service Life.” It’s the acronym IT managers think means an inevitable increase in cost or choosing to keep equipment unsupported. But research says this doesn’t have to be the case. Through OMNIA Partners, Private Sector, Curvature can help plan so that End of Service Life does not always need to mean end of service.