Driving Best in Class Source to Pay Performance and Improving Business Outcomes
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Companies often lack the visibility into what best -in-class processes look like and, therefore, can be challenged with end-to-end process improvements. As a result, there are significant differences in value realization between leading companies and average performers. Specifically, in the Source to Pay (S2P) arena, it is critical to look at processes end-to-end — from spend analysis to accounts payable — to truly leverage the full benefits of sourcing and procurement operations.
Genpact will discuss a new paradigm which takes an enterprise level view of the source to pay processes and ties them to business outcomes enabling faster pay-back and increased performance.
Key learnings from this session include:
- Primary differences in value realization between leading and average Performers
- How companies can leverage structured methodology for improving business outcomes
About your Webinar Leader
Navanit Samaiyar is a Senior Vice President and Business Leader for Genpact's Procurement and Supply Chain Services. In this role, he manages Genpact’s end-to-end supply chain portfolio of services, including Forecasting & Planning, Sourcing & Procurement, Logistics & Fulfillment and Service Operations. He brings with him a unique mix of extensive commercial and supply chain management experience.
Under Navanit’s leadership, Genpact's 3000+ global Procurement and Supply Chain practice, has delivered significant business value and improved business outcomes for its clients which includes Fortune 500 companies. He has been instrumental in expanding the business and building long term customer relationships.
Navanit holds two
Navanit is widely viewed as a thought leader within the industry. He has contributed to several thought leadership initiatives with a focus on transforming global supply chains and driving enterprise level business impact.
Navanit holds a bachelor's degree in engineering and a master's in business administration from XLRI Jamshedpur, India.