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Transparency in Government Procurement White Paper Now Available

September 7, 2010


At the end of April a Roundtable Discussion featuring four leading procurement experts assembled during the 3rd Annual Business of Government Show in Washington, DC to discuss transparency in the government procurement process. Broadcast live across the Blog Talk Radio Network, this 90-Minute PI Window on Business Special covered the issues, problems and yes even […]

Washington Dispatch No. 7: Roundtable Discussion on Transparency and Technology

June 4, 2010


Ironically, given the huge investments made in procurement technologies during the past decade, usage of these systems remains markedly poor. Only 1 4% of the companies surveyed expressed confidence that 60% of spend was being channeled through eProcurement, the typical benchmark for applications of this nature; more than 60% placed eProcurement usage at less than […]

Washington Dispatch No. 4: Roundtable Discussion on Transparency and the Impact on Stakeholder Relationships

May 14, 2010


As part of our Live Event coverage of the 3rd Annual Business of Government Summit in Washington, D.C. on the 27th of April, was an in-depth 90-Minute Special Roundtable discussion which posed the question “What is Transparency in Government“. Joining me on the live broadcast from the floor of the Ronald Reagan Building and International […]

Rosslyn Analytics Releases New White Paper – There is an alternative to costly ERP-implemented spend analytics‏

May 12, 2010


Rosslyn Analytics Releases New White Paper on the Business Value of Non-Consultancy Implemented Spend Analytics Charles Clark to be interviewed live on BlogTalkRadio London, United Kingdom – 12 May 2010: In the fast changing, inter-connected global economy, private and public sector organizations can no longer “survive” the inefficiencies of the overarching, monolithic undertakings associated with […]

What Role Does Diversity Play In Enterprise Purchasing Decisions?

May 4, 2010


Innovative new technology coupled with the recent economic downturn and political climate has given rise to new pressures for both the public and private sectors to create greater transparency and accountability with regard to contractual compliance, public engagement, costs and profits, and operational efficiency. To best achieve these goals will require smart, timely and data-driven […]

Achieving Proactive Spend Management Capabilities Through Adaptive Intelligence

August 4, 2009


“Progressive business intelligence in key areas such as Spend Management should not only tell you where you have been, but also where you are or where you should be going on an adaptive basis . . . think of true business intelligence in terms of a GPS system that can provide updates on current road […]

Redefining Procurement: How Coupa has Bridged the Gap Between What is Known and What is Possible (A Procurement Insights Knowledge Readership Publication)

July 17, 2009


It is not too often that I encounter something truly remarkable within a world of that which is well known.  What is even more amazing is that it is often the seemingly obvious that delivers the greatest surprises. What Coupa has achieved with its latest release is the creation of a dashboard that parallels the […]