GEP has a big procurement question: How can the best-of-breed model—a divergent set of different software tools—possibly bridge gaps, when the disconnections between software tools imposed on the organization are some of the key reasons the gaps exist in the first place? Find the answer in GEP’s new paper, Debunking Best-of-Breed.
When the economy is moving forward, most executives focus on growing sales. But when the economy slows down, that focus shifts. This timely white paper explains 10 Secret Strategies to Recession-Proof Your Business.
The SAP BusinessObjects Spend Performance Management application provides full visibility into direct and indirect spend, and helps companies proactively identify cost savings opportunities and supply risks, reduce costs, maintain supply continuity, and increase spend under management.
In this week's Computer Weekly, as competitive pressures and new technologies drive down IT prices, we find out why now is a great time to buy IT. We examine why going digital means a different approach to IT management. And we hear the latest best practices for improving your customer engagement with IT. Read the issue now.
Enhancing usability is the key to getting beyond tacit user acceptance of an e-Procurement system to the full adoption and compliance that yields cost reduction and full ROI. Read this paper to learn the full compliance strategies that best-in-class organizations are using for their e-Procurement implementations.
Ensuring software license compliance and optimizing spend aren't easy -- complex agreements, virtualization, BYOD, and other trends make it difficult to understand and demonstrate compliance. But when you can't afford overspend on software, what can you do?
This brochure outlines the Gartner IT Financial, Procurement & Asset Management Summit 2013, a conference that aims to help you destroy legacy costs and create value from new technologies and trends. View now to learn more!