Let’s face the facts. You may have done the mapping of processes and transaction flows. You have categorized suppliers and started to consolidate them. You have purchased a system and written the policy. And yet – you do not get the results you aimed for. Why? There are no simple answers to why! Is it with what kind of ease end users can place an order? Is it your Po/non-Po policy? Is it the number of suppliers you have added to the system? Is it in what ways end users can “google” and find what they are looking for? Is it a cultural thing? What do you think?
At S2P Summit 2014 we invite you to a how to-oriented discussion with Marie Nordin at TeliaSonera as seen below. In what ways can you ensure compliance and reduce financial leakage in the source-to-pay process? We invite moderators that have great experiences but not all the answers – simply because there are none. However, the power of many people and organizations experience equals the growth of knowledge and thus ways to move forward.
How to secure compliance and minimize leakage in the source to pay process
Following the process from supplier agreement to an actual follow up on contract compliance is a challenge. Here you will discuss a break down of challenges and share how you are overcoming them.
- In what ways and to what extent does the organization need PO compliance support, training and information to help ensure contract compliance?
- How can procurement and finance prove an effect on savings financially as well as incorporate this potential savings in the budget process?
- Where and how should compliance and effect be measured in ways that ad value to the business?
The discussions will focus on how, tools, methods and prioritization.
S2P Summit 2014 is open to all and Theme Discussions (as the one above) is booked on a first come first served basis. You can register >>here