The CIPS Breakfast Briefing – Digitally Transforming Supply agenda is of the highest standard. Hear how going digital can help to augment and revolutionise your supply chain, plus more. Check it out below:
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Case study: Digitalising to increase procurement efficiency and agility
This session will feature a working digital transformation journey. It will explore an effective change management strategy and the other foundations you need in place to begin your digital transformation journey. The benefits to procurement and supply chain management for both current and future efficiency will be highlighted.
Panel Discussion: Embarking on your digital transformation journey
- Improving connectivity for your suppliers
- Overcoming the barriers to adoption
- Exploring successful transformation strategies
Case Study: Unite to bridge the digital gap in indirect supply chains
IT transformation alone is not sufficient to propel indirect procurement into Industry 4.0. It requires a collaborative mindset to deliver value beyond savings, such as innovation, business resilience and CSR. Digitising indirect supply chains presents a great opportunity for CPOs to create real change as they influence buying behaviours across the entire organisation. This session will explore the importance of content driving end-user adoption creating visibility of indirect spend and collaborative supplier networks in return.
Networking Coffee Break
Case Study: Delivering “FinTech” innovation in a heavily regulated environment
This session will explore how RBS has begun to adapt some of its sourcing and supplier on-boarding processes in order to support the delivery of new digital customer propositions within the Commercial Banking Division. We will reflect on the challenges of balancing agile, fast-paced delivery with meeting the regulatory demands placed on a Tier 1 Bank.
Case Study: The power of process - Driving business success with digitalisation
IT platforms are addressing the issue many companies face - fragmented ERP systems caused by acquisitions. With information now more readily available than ever before, businesses are eager to harness IT tools that can deliver key insights and boost customer satisfaction. But what many organisations fail to understand is that in order for the technology to work, you need to not only know what you want it to deliver but to design the tool according to your business processes. This session will explore how you can ensure you are procuring technology the right way to meet both your customers’ and business’s needs.
Please note, agenda is subject to change without notice