Educational Webcast: Global Sourcing Best Practices What Trade Compliance & Procurement Can Accomplish Together

Integration Point and DPM Consulting will be hosting a free, educational webcast on Global Sourcing Best Practices on Wednesday, 29 February at 2:00 p.m. EST.   Presenters will be Darren Maynard, Principal at DPM Consulting, and Karen Lobdell, Director of Global Solutions at Integration Point.

This one-hour educational webcast will provide attendees with the reason behind ensuring that trade compliance and procurement work together.  Since companies today are constantly evaluating different parts of their business that can be performed elsewhere, expectedly at a lower cost while trying to retain a competitive advantage, it is important to have a proactive global sourcing strategy instead of a reactive one.  When approached correctly, the result is a strategy for global sourcing that will maximize savings while managing results to ensure scalable growth.
During the webcast, the presenters will focus on both compliance and procurement functions, as well as:

  • Trends in global sourcing today
  • Current practices, why they exist but need to change
  • Best practices for managing the global aspects of a strategic sourcing program
  • Technology available today to assist companies with making better global sourcing decisions
  • Importance of the compliance and procurement departments working together

While attendees will need to register to attend this webcast, Integration Point makes the point that this is not a sales-driven event or product demonstration.  Integration Point is hosting this presentation as a way to share information on best practices in global sourcing and the importance of trade compliance and procurement departments working together to achieve overall company savings.
Please use the following link to register for the webcast.

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