(NASDAQ:SQI), the largest pure-play provider of cloud-based business automation solutions for spend management, will broadcast a special live event from the
conference featuring a discussion on procurement trends and challenges among industry thought leaders from Kellogg Company, University of California – Office of the President (UCOP), the State of Georgia, Biogen Idec and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).
The discussion, which will be moderated by Jason Busch, Group Managing Director at Spend Matters, will address how the world of procurement is changing and how procurement provides value across an organization. The participants will talk about their procurement strategies and experiences, focusing on the role of technology in transforming the procurement industry. Attendees and viewers will learn about the factors that must be taken into consideration when considering an investment in procurement technology. Speakers include: Walter Charles, Kellogg Company; Bill Cooper, UCOP; Gina Tiedemann, State of Georgia; David Karakas, Biogen Idec; and Kelli Hudson, RPI.
“NextLevel is the premier event in the procurement industry, but we’re aware that not everyone who’d like to attend is able to,” said Stephen Wiehe, CEO of SciQuest. “This executive panel discussion will feature decades of industry experience and can be a valuable learning tool not only for NextLevel attendees, but for anyone in our industry. Thank you to all of the participants for sharing their knowledge and time.”
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