How to counter price rises and effectively manage direct spend with your suppliers

Join this live discussion for SAP customers and find out how integrating a supplier portal with your SAP platform can improve collaboration, insight and control.

The pandemic, Brexit, war in Ukraine, the rising cost of energy and the soaring costs of commodities, are placing immense strain on supplier networks and unpredictability in the availability of materials.  In response, procurement teams are trying to expand their supplier base and benefit from competitive pricing whilst reducing risk and dependency. Faced with spiralling costs, are you exploring new ways to manage this disruption whilst trying to help the procurement function to become more agile, efficient and sustainable?

Join this Supply Management Insider webinar, in collaboration with NTT DATA Business Solutions, to find out how you can quickly build a resilient supplier network without the need to recruit additional headcount. 

The debate will feature Nexperia, a global semiconductor manufacturer, who will share their experiences of integrating a supplier portal with their SAP platform in order to improve collaboration, insight and control. Nexperia will describe how they empowered their dispersed procurement teams, reduced admin costs and eliminated manual processes, whilst introducing automation, compliance, quality management and accountability for direct spend suppliers.  

Join this webinar to understand:

  • How to quickly introduce agility and resiliency in your supplier network.
  • How to deliver rapid value to your business through increased customer order fill rates, reduced back orders, process compliance and greater visibility.
  • How Nexperia, a global semiconductor manufacturer, realised these benefits within months.

This webinar is for senior procurement professionals and executives with responsibility for digital transformation of the procurement function. Please note the content of this webinar is only relevant to those businesses who already use SAP as their core enterprise solution.

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