As Services Procurement Month comes to a close, we hope our series of blogs, podcast, analyst resources and webinar with Forrester helped you become more fluent in this under-understood area. The continuing positive reaction to everything we shared shows us that there is enormous interest in the topic, as well as a hunger (and big need) for more learning. So while you catch up on – or review – our services procurement resources, keep an eye out for even more in the weeks and months ahead.
As always, please feel free to contact me with any comments and suggestions of content you’d like to see at email@example.com.
Services Under Management
Andrew Bartels of Forrester and Julien Nadaud, Chief Product Officer at Determine engage this increasingly critical topic to help you learn more about bringing the category under management. Explore the dynamics of services spend so you can better understand and manage (and leverage) them. Watch >>
Kelly Barner of Buyers Meeting Point and Palambridge draws on her own deep experience in services procurement and shares her field notes on the ins, outs, ups and red flags. In brief: people aren’t products, so you can’t procure them the same way. Read On >>
In these two Spend Matters reports you’ll gain a better understanding of the biggest issues facing procurement services, and the most successful habits you’ll need to get your own services under management. Download Yours >>
The overall predicted growth of the services economy suggests that services procurement automation will only be able to achieve higher levels of savings and process efficiency by adopting a wider “source-to-pay” platform approach. Read More >>
Scania, one of the leading suppliers in the UK of trucks, buses, coaches and engines, has selected the Determine Cloud Platform to drive its efficiency and future growth in Purchasing and beyond. Read More >>
Procurement is increasingly becoming a direct consumer of professional services; i.e., services procurement. Is services procurement technology up to the job of managing it effectively? Read More >>
Determine entered into a definitive agreement with investors for the purchase and sale of 2,184,000 shares of common stock at a price of $2.50 per share in a registered direct offering. Read More >>