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Revolutionizing Your Purchasing Process in the Current Market
Episode 114110th July 2023 • Supply Chain Now • Supply Chain Now
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Although procurement is a critical function for all companies, few are investing in their talent and technology. With continued supply chain disruptions and pressure from inflation, procurement teams are trying to figure out what their next normal is going to look like.

John Lander joined OMNIA Partners following a 20-year career at Office Depot. His experience includes building a world-class sales culture, sales deployment optimization, sales productivity improvement, merger and acquisition execution and integration, P&L development/ management, and growing new product lines with existing customers.=

In this livestream-based episode, John speaks with co-hosts Scott Luton and Greg White about:

- The top priorities of the executive level representatives of members and suppliers he speaks with

- The top three pain points that procurement professionals face in today’s current market

- How access to a diverse portfolio of world-class products and services can help companies meet their unique supply chain needs

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