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Community Insights: Solving for SOW

Join this insightful webinar to learn how organizations are gaining visibility across the SOW management engagement life cycle, how organizations are measuring program success across SOW spend, and where organizations see the most opportunity in the SOW spend category.

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Community Insights: Solving for SOW

Expanding your Contingent Workforce Management program to include SOW/Services Procurement spend can be quite the undertaking.  For many organizations it includes obtaining buy-in from leadership, stakeholders and the business themselves. Externally it requires agreement from suppliers, the strategic relationships which are often critical to meeting business and organizational objectives.

Additionally, it requires understanding your categorization and composition of your SOW/Services Procurement spend and the processes and practices you want to continue to mirror and those processes and practices you want to optimize and evolve.

This webinar features three contingent workforce experts - Maria DeJong, Senior Director of Coupa Contingent Workforce, Stephanie Tulgren, Vice President of IT Vendor Partnerships at US Bank, and Michelle Gates, Global Contingent Workforce Leader at Uber. In this insightful webinar, you will hear:

  • How organizations were able to acquire internal and external buy-in to include SOW/Services spend in their Contingent Worker Program?
  • How did you decide what business groups, categories, locations to include in your current SOW/Services Procurement program?
  • How organizations decide the best way to move forward in including your SOW/Services Procurement spend in a VMS?
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Maria DeJong

Senior Director, Coupa Contingent Workforce

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Stephanie Tulgren

Vice President, IT Vendor Partnerships at US Bank

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Michelle Gates

Global Contingent Workforce Leader at Uber

Tyler Johnson

Director of IoT, Coupa

Gartner names Coupa a leader in 2016 Magic Quadrant for Procure-to-Pay Suites.