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WEBCAST ARCHIVE
Spend Analysis: Understanding What You Pay For, When, and Why
Date:     Fri, Aug 02, 2013
Time:     02:00 P.M. ET
Duration:     1 hour
Cost:    $99.00

SUMMARY

Finance departments work diligently to understand their organizations' financials and develop improvement tactics to help sustain and grow their companies.  They frequently cooperate with accounts payable, among other departments, to report where money is spent.  While these reports most likely include the amount of funds and in which category they were spent, this data doesn't provide important metrics that reveal spending patterns and possible savings solutions.

This Webcast will review how an in-depth spend analysis can help provide insight into how organization monies are spent, including goods and services, taxes, late fees, surcharges, and more.

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About the Presenter As a Senior Project Manager with Source One Management, Jennifer Ulrich collaborates with internal resources, suppliers, and customers to streamline operations, reduce costs, and create value. Ulrich's primary functions at Source One include managing the day to day interaction with clients, suppliers, and a team of project managers and analysts to ensure project goals and timelines are met. Ulrich was a contributing author of Managing Indirect Spend: Enhancing Profitability Through Strategic Sourcing, published by John Wiley & Sons in 2011, and is a regular contributor to the Strategic Sourceror blog and ThomasNet's IMT Procurement Journal. Ulrich also has a regular column in Source One's monthly newsletter titled In The Trenches.


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