ProcurePulse - August 2020
This months’s ProcurePulse explores the latest articles, which you may refer to bring lean-management discipline in purchase function, prepare for Bad Press of supplier, apply contract negotiation strategy, and perform spend analytics.
ProcurePulse - July 2020
In this edition of ProcurePulse, we have tried to cover some ways to pivot your procurement function for short-term survival along with long-term resilience.
ProcurePulse - June 2020
We hope the June edition of ProcurePulse helps you to identify opportunities to succeed in the next normal and accelerate the road to recovery.
ProcurePulse - May 2020
ProcurePulse May edition is a best stab at creating a guide to the unknown ways that procurement and sourcing operations — will change post COVID19.
ProcurePulse - April 2020
ProcurePulse April 2020 edition talks about impact of coronavirus on the procurement, contract management and accounts payable and way forward.
ProcurePulse - March 2020
ProcurePulse March 2020 focuses on achieving procurement excellence and adopting sustainable supply chains. It also talks about legal obligations and possible cancellations of major procurement events due to COVID-19.
ProcurePulse - February 2020
ProcurePulse February edition talks about impact of coronavirus on the global supply chain, best practices for contract management and account payable automation, and what lawyers really think about the state of Legal Tech.
ProcurePulse - January 2020
In 2020, procurement will function as a Center of Excellence and use digital as customer-oriented technology. Saying that, “Key alliances with Suppliers” or “Becoming Digital” will continue to dominate conversations around procurement.
AI & ML to foster future of work for Accounts Payable and CLM
Jesal Mehta, CEO & Founder of Aavenir, talks with The Silicon Review about “How emerging technologies like machine learning and AI are fuelling innovation in Aavenir Contract Lifecycle Management and Account Payable automation Solutions ?"
Why collaboration is the key to contract management success
Collaboration is inherent to the contracting process. The current process is inefficient and reduces productivity. The “collaborative contract management” or CCM solves this problem by taking a disorganized process and integrating it into one platform.