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Ivalua’s MS Office Approach To Acquisitions​

November 3, 2017

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Energized and rapid is the best way that I can describe this morning’s interview with Ivalua CMO Alex Saric regarding the company’s recent acquisition of Directworks.     In fact, I would be hard-pressed to remember any other segment that had a similar sprint-like pace to today’s show. That said, it was also one of […]

PI Radio EXCLUSIVE: Zycus Horizon 2017 Panel on Supply Chain Risk

November 1, 2017

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In October I had the privilege of moderating two panels featuring international industry experts discussing some of our industry’s most pressing questions. I am pleased to provide you with this PI Window On The World exclusive broadcast of one of those discussions which were on supplier risk assessment and mitigation. INNOVATION TRACK (Lafitte Room) The Evolution […]

“Risking It All” series launches next week with two great​ guests!

October 13, 2017

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“Everybody talks about risk, but nobody does anything about it.” Okay, so I took some liberties with the famous Mark Twain, and Charles Dudley Warner joke about the weather and made it about risk. However, and different from the weather, procurement professionals can do something about risk, but for whatever reason choose not to. At least […]

#PIOpenTalk Is The Place To State Your Case Starting With Big Ideas Summit Radio Series

September 6, 2017

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Starting with today’s Procurious Big Ideas Summit interview – which is the first in a series of segments in which I will be talking with the speakers from this year’s event in Chicago, I have launched the #PIOpenTalk hashtag on Twitter. The reason I created the hashtag is to enable (or empower) my readers and […]

A $70 Million KKR Investment And A Series Of Big Client Wins: Ivalua SVP Joshi Tells All

April 27, 2017

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Today at Noon ET I will be joined by Ivalua’s SVP Sales and Business Development Amol Joshi to talk about the upstart company’s big win with the State of Arizona. Ironically, the use of the term upstart is somewhat deceiving, because Ivalua has been around for 15 years. The moniker, however, is appropriate because the win with […]