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James Fiore

James Fiore
James has 25 years of experience leading procurement teams and executing category management, strategic sourcing, and supplier management processes and strategies primarily at global Fortune 500 companies. He has experience sourcing both direct and indirect materials and services and has a strong international sourcing background with a heavy concentration in Asia. James has also implemented and utilized multiple upstream technologies across the S2P spectrum to support procurement operations. His combined experience as a practitioner, along with his technical knowledge, provide him with a holistic view of procurement operations during the implementation and design of S2P processes and technologies.
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Where are you on your Procurement Maturity Journey?

Posted by James Fiore on Jan 9, 2019 9:59:09 AM

Just like people, Procurement organizations are at different points on their continuous improvement journey. People rely on friends, classes, self-help books, mentors, and family to help them identify opportunities for growth and improvement. Where would a Procurement organization go to help them identify opportunities and actions required to continue on their journey? 

Some companies use industry benchmarks and roundtables, or work with peers at other companies to see how they compare. But what does that really provide? A couple of data points that tell them they could be better. That probably isn’t breaking news if the questions are already being asked and it certainly doesn’t provide an actionable roadmap to sustainability.

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Topics: Spend Analytics, supply chain management, strategic sourcing, eprocurement, procurement technology, procurement transformation

Are You Ready?

Posted by James Fiore on Jan 4, 2017 9:51:33 AM

The world of Procurement, including the different technologies, methodologies and strategies will continue to evolve and have a significant organizational impact in the coming year.

Staying abreast of the latest trends and offerings will differentiate best in class organizations from those that fall behind.

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Topics: procure to pay, procurement consulting

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