2015
New England Supply Chain Conference & Exhibition

APICS - The Association for Operations Management North Shore Chapter 20 and Boston Chapter 10    --   The Council of Supply Chain Management Professionals (CSCMP) New England Roundtable    --    The Northeast Supply Management Group, A Special Interest Group of ISM®

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2015 New England Supply Chain Conference and Exhibition -Jeff Hebert Presentation

Why the SOW Has Been Impervious to Spend Management: How to Slay the Dragon in a Way Everyone Can Appreciate!
Jeff Hebert, CCWP, AVP, Workforce Management, MetaProcure

Statements of Work (SOW) engagement are notoriously characterized as large spending decisions made in the murky shadows, void of governance and oversight. It's an area of spending that neither the buyer nor seller wants securitized too closely. Spend management success in this space requires a clear and easy path for the internal customer, a solid contractual commitment from the suppliers, and a skilled Supply Chain Management team to orchestrate a process that delivers on the promise of cost, quality, and delivery of the business solutions associated with SOW. Join us in examining what it took for a very large financial services company to get all business stakeholders on the same SOW spend management page. You will take away key learnings from this session that will drive success in your company and career.


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