HFS Digital Roundtables are facilitated topic-based learning events exclusively for enterprise buyer senior executives. These meetings will research new ideas and technologies, test theories and discuss how you can move your key projects forward.
These digital meetings are an opportunity to collectively debate critical issues in an open but confidential environment, directly from the comfort of your own office or home.
Upcoming Digital Roundtables*these events are exclusively for senior enterprise buyer executives only
hosted by Phil Fersht with guests
Don RyanSVP of ResearchHFS Research
David LumleyHead of Finance Transformation, Business ServicesCapgemini
Nigel EdwardsChief Client OfficerHFS Research
Pierre-Louis SeguinGlobal Sales OfficerCapgemini
For decades now we have been talking about in-house vs outsource delivery models polarising opinion between the DIY experts and the builders.
Yet today’s environment is forcing a genuine shift in mindset and attitude towards services relationships, shared services and enabling technologies. Make, buy, partner or acquire? Do we really care who does the work so long as it meets client expectations? Or will we revert to type once the pandemic dust settles?
Make, buy, partner, acquire. Join senior executives for a candid discussion about:
hosted by Saurabh Gupta with guests
Keith HausmannChief Revenue Officer, Globality
Reetika FlemingVP of ResearchHfS Research
Ramanan RajagopalanResearch DirectorHFS
Mita GuptaSVP Business DevelopmentGlobality
The mandate for procurement organizations is clear. Cost reduction and spend deflation alone no longer ensures success; creating value for the enterprise is equally and increasingly more important. Procurement needs speed, innovation, and the insights and intelligence to make this goal a reality. The result is an increase in urgency for companies to accelerate the digital transformation of sourcing and procurement capabilities to drive growth and value. Despite the promising use cases, fewer than 5% of the emerging technologies (e.g., AI, ML, blockchain) initiatives within sourcing and procurement have scaled. Overall utilization and satisfaction around the use of transformational technologies in sourcing and procurement services continues to be minimal at best. We know that we need technology to survive and thrive, yet many are struggling to realize the anticipated benefits and potential that these technologies can provide.
Join leading sourcing and procurement executives for an engaging discussion and walk away with key actions you can take to: