How to leverage S2P to enable supply chain resilience

How to leverage S2P to enable supply chain resilience

Supply chain resilience is a key priority for procurement organisations, and for businesses as a whole, as they attempt to put the Covid-induced disruption of 2020 behind them and head into 2021, according to experts speaking at a recent Procurement Leaders webinar. This has prompted procurement decisions across all industries, particularly sectors such as manufacturing where there is strong reliance on direct materials, to step up initiatives to improve how they prepare, adapt and leverage tools such as Supply to Pay (S2P) platforms to ensure they are ready for the challenges ahead.

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