Smart Supply Management for Services - A Competitive Advantage
Venue: The Phoenician
|Event Date/Time: Dec 06, 2001||End Date/Time: Dec 07, 2001|
An NAPM Services Group Conference
December 6-7, 2001
Did you know …
… that on average, 54 percent of an organization’s total purchase is aimed at service providers?
Managing the service spend provides a unique opportunity to contribute to the bottomline. Services run the gamut from coffee service to the high-dollar expense of consulting services. Smart sourcing for services can have a significant impact on your bottomline. Find out how to apply your traditional strategies to the acquisition of services. Become an invaluable contributor to the sucess of your organization.
You are invited to attend the 2nd annual NAPM Services Group Conference: "Smart Supply Management for Services — A Competitive Advantage." The focus is on how to leverage the purchase of services to a true strategic initiative for your organization.
Who Should Attend
This program is designed for supply management professionals responsible for acquiring services. Because supply managers in both the manufacturing and nonmanufacturing arenas buy services every day many diverse examples will be included. Supply management professionals from all levels are invited to attend this one and one-half day program. Additionally, team leaders, project managers, and members of cross-functional teams will benefit from this experience.
Why You Should Attend
Realize a high ROI when you direct your supply management expertise to the world of purchasing services. Discover how to translate your "make versus buy" knowledge to the service arena revealing hidden savings. Currently, only 27 percent of the purchase of service dollars is handled by supply management professionals —- find out how to turn your co-workers into customers and streamline your service purchases. Explore the role of your stakeholders in the sourcing decision and optimize the process. This is an opportunity to learn from other practitioners and experts. Networking time is built into the schedule to allow you time to see what your colleagues are doing to leverage the power of this multibillion-dollar proposition.
Earn 10.5 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) for your participation.