(NASDAQ: SQI), a leading provider of cloud-based business automation solutions for spend management, today announced an expanded roster of featured guest speakers from major industry organizations to join keynoter Mike Eruzione at
. The premiere event for the spend management industry, NextLevel 2014 is a nationwide event designed for purchasing and finance professionals to collaborate and discuss the issues driving strategic spend management.
Joining Eruzione at the event will be:
- Gartner Principal Research Analyst Richard Adams, who will present the General Session Tuesday morning, titled A Five-Step Path to Transforming Sourcing and Procurement;
- Vice President and Principal Analyst Serving CIOs Andrew Bartels of Forrester, who will present a session on Achieving Maximum Value from Your eProcurement Solution;
- Jason Busch, Group Managing Director for Spend Matters, the leading online resource for the procurement and supply chain industry, who will discuss The Future of Procurement and Spend Analytics: Big Ideas, Big Changes, Big Opportunities.
“We believe each of these speakers, of course with Eruzione, further reinforce NextLevel’s theme of ‘quest for the best’,” said Stacy West, SciQuest vice president, marketing and communications. “At SciQuest we are dedicated to being true partners and bringing value to our customers and prospects, and we are excited to add such impressive speakers to our growing roster as the event approaches.”
Registration is now open for the event, which will take place February 23-26, 2014 at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center in Orlando, Florida. Speakers and conference sessions will focus on a wide range of topics that impact procurement and finance professionals, including spend analytics, supplier enablement, advanced sourcing, procurement, contract management and many others.
To register for NextLevel 2014, go to
, and check the site regularly for updates. NextLevel presents an event full of best practices, exceptional networking, industry and market trends, and best-in-class training. Answers to commonly-asked questions can be found
a template letter
for potential attendees who need to present justification to attend NextLevel 2014 to their managers.
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