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Proactis to present keynote sessions at eWorld on 5 March

18 January 2019 - Proactis, the global spend management and B2B eCommerce company, today announced that it will present keynote sessions at the eWorld Procurement & Supply Conference on 5 March 2019 at De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, Central London. 

The conference provides a unique insight into the latest innovations and technologies for senior procurement, supply chain and finance executives. It also provides a platform to keep up-to-date with the latest developments, market trends and hot topics. 

As headline sponsor, Proactis will be holding a number of sessions to help you drive excellence and value through procurement, get the most from your spend management software, and gain insight into the future trends and developments that are likely to affect your strategy.
Key procurement trends and predictions you need to know:
As operating environments, business structures and technology capabilities evolve it can be difficult to build strong, yet flexible strategies that consistently drive excellence through procurement. In this session we’ll look at the most pressing trends and predictions that you face today and offer advice on how to leverage them.

What does the next-generation procurement operating model look like?
Technology, processes, digital, data, insights, governance and culture – how do you organise these key operating components to drive new levels of significant value through procurement? In this session we’ll show you not only what the next-generation of procurement looks like, but also offer tangible advice on how to build it.

Alex Ashley-Roberts, UK Director of Marketing commented: “We are delighted to continue our support for the conference. As spend management market leaders, we encourage visitors to attend our keynote sessions and come along to the Proactis stand to learn how they can become faster, leaner and smarter.”

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