4 Key Challenges to Managing Meaningful Spend Analytics

To remain healthy and competitive, large enterprises require management and oversight over corporate spend throughout the organization. However, large multinational corporations continue to struggle with managing spend analytics to gain a consistent and meaningful unified view of spend throughout different…

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A Data-Driven Approach to Taxonomy Design

Organizations classify and organize data around taxonomies to manage large varieties of business assets. Accurate, comprehensive taxonomies help organizations drive vital strategic insights and efficient operations around processes involving their products, asset inventories, spending, and more. However, organizations often fail…

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Let Your Data Protect You From Supply Chain Risks

In a previous blog post, my colleague has gone in depth on “How to save $10M+ with Supplier Mastering” by creating a comprehensive 360 view of supplier activity. This view is possible through programatically unifying all points of supplier data…

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Do I Trust My Supplier Analytics?

Large enterprises spend tremendous amount of resources building data analytics and operationalizing large volumes of supplier and spend data. However, analytics and dashboards are only valuable if the data going in them is trustworthy.

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Who Are Our Suppliers and How Do We Interact with Them?

Companies seeking to streamline supplier management across their organization require trusted views of business-critical data for analytics and operations. However, after spending months of time and money on various implementation projects, organizations still struggle to get consistent, timely answers to the question: “Who are our suppliers, and how do we interact with them?”

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