News round-up: Digital technology and AI in procurement

By Charlie Steer-Stephenson
Digital transformation - SirionLabs & Gartner; AI solutions - Esker & Sanden International; net zero sustainability in procurement - webinar with Ivalua

SirionLabs: How CLM can drive enterprise-wide digitalisation

SirionLabs explains how contract lifecycle management (CLM) can help organisations to drive enterprise-wide digital transformation. CLM allows organisations to migrate their commercial contracts from a fragmented legacy IT system to a single digital repository – therefore helping to develop standardised processes, templates, and business roles to ease and streamline contract creation. 

Rachel Henney: Procurement and the lean management system

Speaking at Procurement & Supply Chain LIVE: The Risk & Resilience Conference, Rachel Henney discusses procurement and the lean management system.

Sanden adopts Esker’s AI-based accounts process automation

Announced by Esker - a global cloud platform and artificial intelligence (AI)-driven process automation solutions provider - the company has been selected by Sanden International (Europe) GmbH (Sanden) to automate its account processes.

Gartner: Digital tech can help mitigate climate change risks

According to Gartner, a leading consultant in supply chain and procurement, only 19% of companies are using digital technology to help with understanding & mitigating climate change risks. Gartner tells us why it’s so important for more organisations to begin using technology to harness the capabilities of predictive analysis by modelling scenarios and assessing risks.

Webinar: procurement and net zero sustainability with Ivalua

Join our webinar with Ivalua on 20th September to learn more about the importance of procurement and sustainability in achieving a Net Zero supply chain.


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EU Commission takes legal action against members on plastics

The European Commission has brought legal action against 11 of its member states for their nonchalance on the Single-Use Plastics Directive.

Deforestation in the light of supply chain accountability

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