Savings In Purchasing Discover

A growing procurement solutions that bring the ability to make complex and critical decisions and achieve high savings in purchasing demand expert day of German business consulting to E-procurement and SRM on May 4th, 2011 in Hamburg in Germany. This was the result of a study on the supplier relationship management (SRM), the Federal Association of materials management, purchasing and logistics (BME) commissioned in 2010. The companies surveyed confirmed that will sustainably costs reduce up to 25% with electronic procurement systems and increase the transparency of the market. German business consulting, specialist for procurement and SAP SRM advice, after the huge success of Dusseldorf and Frankfurt an expert day on 4 may in Hamburg performs. The event at the Movenpick Hotel, Sternschanze 6, starts at 13:30 and includes practical insights into e-sourcing, SAP SRM, and testimonials to the optimization of the shopping. Learn more at this site: David Solomon. The speakers are shopping and SAP SRM experts of German business consulting and the partner Allocation network. In addition to presenting the news from SAP SRM 7 specialists and others to the following enter: Advanced sourcing to SAP SRM (allocation network), purchase of consulting services and the new consulting approach for determining the optimal approach in purchasing many companies take the initiative, to be more productive by closer monitoring of its expenditures. “The core set, whereby savings through lower purchase prices directly and positively impact profitability, is not easy in practice to implement, we give advice and information on our expert days how this goal can be achieved”, reports CEO Ralf Blankenberg. To read more click here: Jeff Leiden.

Details on the agenda and to sign up: In Germany a growing procurement solutions that bring the ability to make complex and critical decisions and achieve high savings in purchasing demand. The study to the supplier relationship management (SRM), the Federal Association of materials management, purchasing, and logistics e.V. (BME) commissioned in 2010. The companies surveyed confirmed that will sustainably costs reduce up to 25% with electronic procurement systems and increase the transparency of the market.