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ABX 2021 is coming soon! We are bringing together a forward-thinking group of industry experts across private and public sectors to show you a smarter procurement process designed for your goals. Register now for the free, virtual, half-day event. You’ll come away with practical ideas to reduce costs and save time in the short term, and build resilience for the future.
Check out some highlights from this year’s lineup:
With increasing evidence of the impact of humans and businesses on climate change, enterprises are becoming more cognisant about sustainability. Christopher Kallscheid, Amazon Business EU Sustainability sponsor, will share what we’re working on to help enterprises meet their sustainability objectives. He’ll also speak with the Head of Procurement for Amazon in EU, Daniel Mendes da Silva, about how Amazon is positioning procurement to reach ambitious sustainability goals.
The last year and half has accelerated the digitalisation of nearly every aspect of business. Phil Le-Brun, Director of Enterprise Strategy at AWS, who works with leadership teams around the world as they adopt new technology, will share the mindset, skillset, and toolset leaders need to successfully implement organisational change.
The strategic impact of procurement is felt by not only the CPO, but across the enterprise. Learn from Jean-Baptiste Anne, Head of Professional Services for Amazon Business, and Gualtiero Mattavelli, Indirect Procurement Director at Schneider Electric, about how you can use spend intelligence and growth acceleration solutions to elevate the role of procurement.
In 2021, we saw public sector procurement leaders getting more sophisticated with their e-procurement process. Learn how leaders are using software and solutions to discover purchasing trends, automate compliance, and integrate with other technologies.
Amazon Business country leaders from UK, Germany, France, Italy, and Spain will share how local events are affecting business procurement, and how more intelligent solutions are enabling cost optimisation and resilient supply chains. They’ll speak with Amazon Business customers in their countries about their challenges and success, and what they are prioritising for the year ahead.
For small and medium-sized businesses, accounting and administrative teams played a key role in reducing costs and navigating the supply complexities of the last year. Now, to bring greater value and scale for growth, Cheryl Clifford, Head of Amazon Business Professional Services in UK and Ireland, will show how the latest purchasing technology automates accounting and administrative tasks.
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