As we step into the New Normal, business leaders are rapidly embracing new practices to rebuild operations, organize work for a distributed workforce, recover revenue, and accelerate the adoption of digital solutions. For the global procurement operations, organizations are looking forward to creating flexible supply chains that operate not only in just-in-time but also on a just-in-case approach. We hope the June 2020 edition of ProcurePulse helps you to identify opportunities to succeed in the next normal and accelerate the road to recovery.
Explore some useful articles published on leading websites in the past few weeks.
Learn how companies are assessing their supply-chain vulnerability and invest in resiliency and business continuity today, which will pay off as the next crisis inevitably emerges.
While all contracts are fact-specific, a touchstone arising from the authorities is whether the character of the contract and the parties’ relationship amounts to one of trust and confidence.
Considering the extent of the contracts impacted, one of the challenges is companies need to review contractual relationships they hold with customers, suppliers, contractors, insurance companies, and employees.
The latest data shows shifts on both sides, did you know that Australian lawmakers have introduced legislation in an effort to support small suppliers’ need for timely payment.
Organizations need RFP software to build a new supplier base, improve communication, and manage spends.
The Crawl-Walk-Run approach every organization should adopt before starting the CLM journey.
7 key features to consider before investing in the Accounts Payable system to achieve higher accuracy and reduced time.
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