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Client Q&A with Solenis

Client Q&A with Solenis

This month, we caught up Jessica Leitgeb, Procurement Specialist - Indirect, at Solenis to find out what’s going on in her world of procurement.

Procurement, Are You Driving Your Organization Forward?

As indirect procurement continues climbing — growing $4.9 trillion per year as of 2017 — and roughly $649 billion of all indirect spend gets wasted, the need for market intelligence is obvious.

Client Q&A with NC State University

Client Q&A with NC State University

ProcurementIQ caught up with Rob Handfield, Executive Director of NC State University’s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative, to find out what’s going on in the supply chain management world.

Client Q&A with Chain IQ

We caught up with Suzanne Aquino, Global Category Manager – Outsourcing, Offshoring and Professional Services, at Chain IQ to find out what’s going on in her world of procurement.

Client Q&A with Coach

Client Q&A with Coach

We caught up with Jennifer Obergfell, Assistant Manager, Global Procurement at Coach, to find out what's going on in her world of procurement.

Client Q&A with the University of Florida

Client Q&A with the University of Florida

We caught up with Peter Z. McKay, Business Librarian at the University of Florida, to find out what’s going on in his world. ProcurementIQ: What chal ...

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Client Q&A with Premier, Inc.

ProcurementIQ caught up with Mike Maguire, Vice President of Strategic Sourcing at Premier, Inc., to find out what’s going on in his world of procurement.

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Client Q&A with PRIDE Industries

ProcurementIQ caught up with Paula Petersen, Procurement Director at PRIDE Industries, to find out what’s going on in her world of procurement.

Client Q&A with NC State University’s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative

We caught up with Rob Handfield, Executive Director of NC State University’s Supply Chain Resource Cooperative, to find out what’s going on in the supply chain management world.

The American Red Cross’s Journey to Better Practice Supply Management

The American Red Cross is on a journey to better practice Supply Management, and it is measuring its progress by comparing itself against the top 10% of all Supply Management organizations across all industries. With this in mind, Supply Management has focused its efforts on two major objectives: minimizing risk and maximizing both commercial opportunity and financial improvement.