Source One Named Diamond Sponsor of ISM2017 and Exclusive Sponsor of ExecIn
 

3/7 – Source One Honored as Diamond Sponsors of ISM2017 and ExecIn

Source One Partners with the Institute for Supply Management as Diamond Sponsors of ISM2017 and ExecIn

Source One sponsors the Institute for Supply Management's Annual Conference and ExecIn

 

Willow Grove, PA (March 7, 2017) – Dedicated to furthering the supply management practice, Source One Management Services is honored to support the Institute for Supply Management as Diamond Sponsors of ISM2017 and the exclusive sponsor of ExecIn – the executive-only subconference. Happening in Orlando, Florida May 21st-24th, ISM2017 is the premier supply management event of the year with three days full of engaging educational sessions and networking opportunities designed to equip supply management professionals with the actionable insights necessary for tackling even the most challenging supply chain obstacles.

The Institute for Supply Management’s Annual Conference agenda is loaded with presentations, panel discussions, and workshops exploring how enterprises can leverage supply chain operations to maximize ROI during a robust economy, withstand market lulls, and drive revenue while maintaining compliance and achieving savings. In addition to exploring a wide range of supply management best practices and strategies, ISM2017’s agenda also includes career development workshops for supply management professionals at every level in their career. For the second consecutive year, Source One is also the exclusive sponsor ExecIn – ISM2017’s executive-only subconference. ExecIn is reserved for non-consulting supply management leaders representing enterprises with annual revenues of $1.2 Billion or more. The private two-day event is a unique opportunity for procurement and supply chain leaders to gather, network, and engage in executive-level discussions on the supply chain trends, challenges, and innovations shaping the supply management and procurement practice.

“Supporting the Institute for Supply Management as sponsors of ISM2017 and ExecIn is an honor.” shares Steven Belli, Source One CEO. “As a procurement services provider, Source One’s approach has always been action-oriented and results-driven. We aim to provide our clients with the sourcing roadmaps and knowledge transfer necessary to achieve their supply management goal and have continuous success. It is refreshing to be a part of an industry event that aims to do the same by providing attendees with engaging sessions and actionable insights that can help them address supply chain obstacles and strive for procurement excellence.”

Source One’s cost reduction experts are also featured speakers of the main ISM conference, as well as ExecIn. Source One VP of Operations, Bill Dorn, is panel member of Procurement Transformation – Is a GPO right for your organization?, exploring how companies should leverage group purchasing organizations in combination with customized strategic sourcing for achieving savings. Source One Director, Diego De la Garza, is hosting a panel discussion titled, Should I Stay or Should I Go? The session brings together top millennial supply chain professionals to discuss millennial talent trends. During ExecIN Source One Data Scientist, James Patounes, will be co-presenting a session covering how Procurement can capitalize on data innovation, titled Procurement 4.0. 

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Dedicated to furthering the supply management practice, Source One Management Services is honored to support the Institute for Supply Management as Diamond Sponsors of ISM2017 and the exclusive sponsor of ExecIn - the executive-only subconference. Happening in Orlando, Florida May 21st-24th, ISM2017 is the premier supply management event of the year with three days full of engaging educational sessions and networking opportunities designed to equip supply management professionals with the actionable insights necessary for tackling even the most challenging supply chain obstacles.
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