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Should procurement tech “change” or “improve” the way we work?

September 13, 2021


What is Uber's impact on procurement technology? Join Kelly Barner and myself for a very interesting Fireside Chat.

eWorld: The Gateway Venue to the UK and Europe (eWorld Purchasing & Supply – A Revolution Event Profile)

October 2, 2008


In a  world of increasingly “same old, same old” and “been there, done that” experiences the eWorld franchise is a breath of fresh air . . . and not just because I was one of the speakers at this year’s conference in London. While the mega-shows of years past, in which the venue landscape was […]

eWorld 2008 – My First Time in Europe!

July 13, 2008


  “eWorld Purchasing and Supply is the UK’s most comprehensive forum focusing exclusively on the full range of emerging issues and new technologies for procurement and supply chain applications, using an innovative educational format to deliver high-value content for senior purchasing and supply chain executives.”   I am honored that my first engagement in Europe […]

New Seminars for Supply Chain Professionals

February 4, 2008


To complement our critically acclaimed conference series The Changing Face of Procurement, we are pleased to introduce the following new seminars: Dangerous Supply Chain Myths (2-Day Seminar) Awareness of the continuing high-rate of ERP/IT-based e-procurement initiative failures to deliver expected results is now entering mainstream consciousness.  While vendors and those associated with the recommendation and […]