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2017 “How Real-Time eProcurement Drives Unprecedented Compliance and Value” Webinar

Join us Tuesday, December 5th at 2pm ET for “How Real-Time eProcurement Drives Unprecedented Compliance and Value” sponsored by Aquiire.

12/5/2017
When: Tuesday, December 5, 2017
2:00 pm
Where: GoToWebinar
8840 Stanford Blvd., Suite 200
Columbia, Maryland  21045
United States
Contact: Sarah Nicewarner
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How Real-Time eProcurement Drives Unprecedented Compliance and Value

Sponsored by Aquiire

Tuesday, December 5, 2017 |  2:00 PM ET

Complimentary Registration

In Rosslyn Data Technologies 2017 Report on the State of Procurement in Higher Education, procurement leaders stated that improving student experiences, managing compliance, improving operational efficiencies and reducing costs are their top priorities in the next few years. In addition, the demand for social responsibility in purchasing continues to rise and regulatory compliance continues to evolve. For example, procurement is arguably the most impacted area of federal government changes to uniform guidance requirements for federal grant awards. However, despite these lofty challenges, educational institutions are being tasked to get by with limited resources.

In this webinar, you’ll learn how counter-intuitive approaches to traditional procurement and real-time data are helping higher-educational procurement organizations realize unprecedented user adoption streamline regulatory spend compliance and reporting, drive social responsibility, increase stakeholder satisfaction and increase purchase value from annual managed spend. Learn an "inside-out" approach to traditional procurement strategies, supplier engagement and capturing long-tail spend. Discover how real-time data and automated processes are essential to transforming higher-educational purchasing operations to meet today’s challenges.

Three takeaways: 

  • Reshaping the traditional procurement business model to realize exceptional user adoption, purchasing compliance and spend transparency.
  • How higher education institutions can automate, proactively manage and document federal grant purchasing activities to proactively drive uniform guidance compliance, streamline reporting tasks in preparation for the Single Audit and ultimately avoid penalties.
  • How real-time eProcurement delivers unprecedented operational efficiencies while maximizing the value obtained for each dollar spent.

Aquiire is the only real-time eProcurement (Procure-to-Pay) software suite in the world. It's patented technologies offer real-time universal search and shopping, compliance, analytics and supplier management. Real-time data and automated processes are essential to transforming higher-educational purchasing operations to drive true procurement value, measurable savings and ROI.

 Our Presenter


Tulsi Zeidman Head of Strategic Solutions, Aquiire

Tulsi Zeidman has over two decades of experience working for and working with major enterprise software programs.  Over his career, Tulsi led several major ERP and IT transformation projects, bringing a strong skill set across both technology and business.  

Most recently, Tulsi is focused on solving B2B procurement challenges with Aquiire. This solution uses proprietary real-time, cross-supplier search IP to deliver a compelling consumer shopping experience to employees, while ensuring that procurement rules and guided buying are applied behind the scenes.   He ensures employees get convenience and simplicity, while procurement achieves meaningful business transformation and realizes substantial savings. Twitter: @AquiireTulsi | LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/tzeidman.

 

 

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