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Automation offers a rich set of benefits for procurement organizations that are prepared to look beyond simple productivity improvements. Forward-thinking businesses are already reaping these rewards. Yet, there is plenty of room to improve by automating both strategic and tactical activities. And the journey to touchless procurement requires teams to embrace both strategic and tactical automation. Is your team prepared for the future?
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Best practices in procurement automation and progressing towards 'touchless' sourcing
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Common features that characterize successful automation initiatives
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Automation increases data quality through fewer errors, fewer inconsistencies, a single version of the truth, and end-to-end transactions.
– Hervé Legenvre, European Institute of Purchasing Management
When you’re automating procurement activities to free procurement professionals to work on more strategic activities or to innovate, then most of the ROI might be the ROI of that strategic activity, or of that innovation activity.”
– Andrea Sordi, University of Tennessee
It’s not so much about using automation to eliminate activities that do not contribute value, it’s more about using it to extract greater value from existing activities.”
– Christopher Eyerman, WNS Denali
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