Picture of Indirect Procurement in 2024 - Adapting to changing dynamics and maximising value
CASME and The Smart Cube Webinar Speaker image

Indirect Procurement represents a significant portion of expenditure for many companies and managing it successfully can be a challenging task, requiring a keen focus on ongoing trends and potential risks.

Organisations across the globe are facing inflation and labour challenges, while advancements in technology present opportunities to maximise efficiency and drive greater business value. 

Register now to hear a lively, informal discussion between hosts Graham Crawshaw of CASME and Greg Anderson of WNS Procurement and a panel of procurement experts, who will provide their perspectives on navigating the current Indirect Procurement landscape.

 


Back to News

Other News

Indirect Procurement is a major cost for many companies, demanding a focus on the trends and risks expected.

Srinivasan Ramakrishnan, known by his colleagues as ‘Srini’, is Vice President & Global Head of the Global…

René Kling (CIPSA) has more than 40 years of experience gained in procurement, logistics and supply chain operations.