Welcome to the May edition of The Contract Management Dispatch – our monthly newsletter. Issue #3 features the unveiling of our new website, our customer Vestas, recently concluded webinar content, a fun blog post on things to do in Dublin, and much more. Happy reading.
First of all, (drumroll please) come check out our new website – www.sirionlabs.com
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HOT OFF THE PRESS
SirionLabs to Spotlight its Advanced Supplier Governance Technology at IACCM Europe Conference
For his achievements at Vodafone and its innovative partnership with SirionLabs, Reinhard Plaza-Bartsch is a finalist for the prestigious Excellence in Contract Management Award. Read press release
How SirionLabs is helping a global leader in wind energy manage strategic services contracts equating 300% ROI
Recognizing the increasing complexity in its multi-sourced IT services environment, Vestas decided to move beyond the traditional, manual processes to implement Sirion’s technology-based supplier governance solution. Read press release
Webinar report: Why Modern Contract Management is a Must in Today’s Procurement World
With 200+ registrations and 60+ attendees, this webinar was fun and informative. It featured Andrew Bartels from Forrester, as a speaker along with Ajay Agrawal, CEO at SirionLabs. View webinar slides and recording
See you at IACCM Europe Conference 2017!
The Sirion crew will be at IACCM Europe Conference 2017 from May 8-10. Hence, we thought it’d be cool to compile a list of our ten favorite hangout places in Dublin. Here they are, in no particular order. Read our blog post
ARTICLES WE LOVED
Whitepaper: Contracting Technology Revolution: here today, but are we ready?
The whitepaper highlights whether the contract management industry can adapt & embrace the new wave of modern technology. Download your copy
Opinion: Measuring performance of services is not easy.
Services procurement has grown significantly to 56% of the total spend compared to 44% in goods. In 1994 spend in services was just 19% of organizational spend. Read more
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