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The procurement landscape is constantly evolving. Xeeva’s procurement white papers will keep you informed of trends, new directions and intelligent technology solutions for addressing that ever changing landscape.
Indirect Spend Report
Streamlining and Controlling Company Spend with Purchase-to-Pay (P2P) Automation
This report explains the challenges in requisition, ordering, and payment for indirect procurement. Advanced indirect procurement platform technologies, including catalogs, order management, supplier management, payment, reconciliation and spend analysis are covered.
The Next Frontier in Supply Chain Optimization for Manufacturing
Wrangling the complexity of indirect spend is no easy task. Learn about the convergence of supply chain innovation and the ever-growing power of consumer, social and big data technologies to reap the rich rewards of reining in your organization’s indirect spend.
Exclusive technology guide offering global insights from top market and product analysts on the results driven by Source-to-Settle [S2S] solutions for the Manufacturing industry. Learn more about the leading capabilities of S2S software and adoption best practices for Manufacturing organizations.
Using Spend Under Management Principles to Drive Improved Financial Performance
The Spend Under Management [SUM] framework provides a holistic approach to setting and achieving organizational goals. Learn how to implement the five principles of SUM to activate a savings capture and sustainability framework for your organization.
A sourcing team with 15 different commodity managers will follow 15 different processes all with differing results. What if you could take a "best practice" process and implemented the controls through technology, with the tools and templates needed to conduct the activity.