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Matt McCarrick

CMO @BuyerQuest

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NextGen Procure-to-Pay:  Search - Buy - Pay

Posted by Matt McCarrick on March 15, 2018 at 9:21 AM
Over the last few weeks, we've been discussing what corporate procurement can learn from the B2C buying experience, the importance of a Search-Buy-Pay strategy, and the changing metrics of modern Procure-to-Pay. To continue our discussion, we have taken our experience with our blue-chip customer base to create a multi-part series around the value of Search - Buy - Pay to the Procure-to-Pay...
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Applying B2C Strategies to Corporate Procurement: A Panel Discussion

Posted by Matt McCarrick on March 7, 2018 at 12:15 PM
As we have recently discussed, there is a shift in user expectations around their corporate procurement solutions. Users expect an experience that matches the processes they follow when making online purchases at home. The explosive growth in B2C e-commerce has informed users to what purchasing can be. With more and more users performing purchasing at the corporation, procurement must adapt.
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More Spend Under Management = Measurable Benefits

Posted by Matt McCarrick on September 20, 2017 at 10:03 AM
According to research by Ardent Partners, for the average enterprise the percentage of spend under management for 2017 is 61.2%. That number has remained relatively flat over the last year. In fact, Ardent Partners research shows that only 16% of all CPO's are focused on increasing their spend under management over the next few years.
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ConnXus and BuyerQuest to Unify Procure-To-Pay and Supplier Management Solutions

Posted by Matt McCarrick on May 17, 2017 at 1:18 PM
Berea, OH. – May 17, 2017 - The purchasing process is often disjointed for corporate buyers. For small and minority-owned businesses, it can be equally as challenging to keep up with sourcing, RFQ bids, contracting and accounting procedures. ConnXus and BuyerQuest today announced their joint partnership to resolve this procurement disparity.
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