Telecom Spend Management consultants will join thought leaders from Dell, GE, and Other IT and Telecom Giants at AOTMP2019
Willow Grove, PA (April 4, 2019) – From April 7-10, experts from Source One’s spend management team will join professionals from across the IT, Telecom, and Mobility space at AOTMP2019. Hosted by the Authority on Telecom Management Practices, an educational and consulting firm, the conference will take place in Orlando, Florida.
In addition to attending presentations from Fortune 500 thought leaders, Source One will serve as a sponsor for the event.
With its commitment to innovation and collaboration, AOTMP is a natural partner for Source One. Director David Pastore elaborates, “Like AOTMP, Source One believes in the value of bringing Procurement and Telecom professionals together as allies. We’re proud to support AOTMP in its efforts to elevate the role of Procurement and promote a more effective, informed approach to IT and Telecom spend management.
The conference’s four-day conference is packed with interactive, high-impact presentations hosted by industry leaders from GE, SAP, Oracle and other household names. They’ll share their insights on a range of topics including the advent of 5G, evolving cybersecurity threats, and the value of more collaborative vendor engagement.
Source One’s entire team of IT category experts looks forward to gaining new perspectives as well as sharing observations and best practices of their own. “We pride ourselves on staying ahead of Supply Management’s trends and arming our clients with real-time insights,” says Pastore. “Events like AOTMP provide the perfect opportunity to build our expertise.”
AOTMP2019 is just one of the conferences Source One will attend in the coming weeks. April 7th will also see the leaders in Procurement travel to Houston, Texas for ISM2019. There, they’ll serve as sponsors, exhibitors, and the exclusive hosts of the ExecIn Forum – a private subconference experience aimed at discussing and addressing the supplier relationship and spend management challenges of modern procurement organizations.