SIG Global Executive Summit: Sourcing and Procurement Has a Brand Vulnerability Problem
Please join LogicSource Chief Executive Officer David Pennino, and Chief Operating Officer Jo Seed, as they present at the Sourcing Industry Group 2020 Global Executive Summit on Wednesday, October 14, where they will confront Sourcing and Procurement’s brand vulnerability problem.
Check out the registration information below – we look forward to seeing you there!
Sourcing Industry Group: 2020 Global Executive Summit
Wednesday, October 14 – 3:30pm to 4:15pm EST
Sourcing and Procurement has a Brand Vulnerability Problem
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In a time of rapid, sometimes overwhelming change, the role of sourcing and procurement has never been more important to the overall success of an organization. Too bad, many businesses don’t know that. Sourcing and procurement has a brand vulnerability problem. Business stakeholders are still thinking purchasing, contracting and bringing you in last minute, when it’s really about strategic partnerships and multi-million-dollar profit improvement. You manage a significant amount of your company’s money. Critical, not just in savings, but in the net value and impact on the business. In other words, sourcing and procurement could and should be seen as a major advantage – with a seat at the table to influence the decisions driving success for your business. It’s time to aim higher, take the lead, and elevate your impact.
LogicSource was purpose-built to drive profit improvement for their clients through better buying. LogicSource focuses exclusively on the sourcing and procurement of goods and services not-for-resale, which typically represents 20% of a company’s revenue and the area of greatest spending inefficiency. Tested time and again in the marketplace, their proven engagement model builds profitable partnerships that achieve 4-15x ROI.