Source One, a Corcentric company, is proud to announce that Supply and Demand Chain Executive (SDCE) has selected three members of its Procurement optimization team as 'Pros to Know' for 2019.
Every year, SDCE releases a list of the forward-thinking professionals driving Procurement into its next era. Including consultants, practitioners, software providers, and academics, it provides a snapshot of Procurement excellence and an example for emerging professionals in the space. This year's list includes Source One Senior Analyst Samantha Hoy and Consultants Kaitlyn Krigbaum and Elizabeth Skipor.
Source One's winners are commended for the success in bridging the gap between Procurement and other business units. "Our clients," says Payne, "trust Elizabeth, Kaitlyn, and Samantha to serve as advocates for Procurement and elevate its influence. Thanks to their efforts, a number have seen Procurement distinguish itself as an asset to business units that once might've hesitated to engage with it."
2018 was a particularly exciting year for Source One and its Pros to Know. The three award winners developed a new agency assessment solution, drove dozens of comprehensive initiatives, and introduced new facets to Source One's robust service offering.
"Over the last year, and throughout their time with Source One, each of this year's winners has made an indelible impact," says Payne. "I look forward to seeing what's next."
In addition to Source One's trio of winners, the Corcentric family congratulates SVP of Procurement Services, Bill McCouch for earning a spot on SDCE's list.
The award-winning spend management team is headed to ISM2019 this April to share success stories and exchange insights with other industry professionals. In addition to sponsoring the conference, they will once again host the ExecIn Forum. A private, two-day event, ExecIn will provide senior-level executives with additional opportunities to network and absorb thought leadership.
Executives from non-consulting organizations with more than $1.2B in revenue are invited to reserve their spot today. Reach out to Carole Boyle (firstname.lastname@example.org) to learn more.