Quantifying the Financial Impact of Improved Supplier Performance Management

November 08, 2017
10:00 AM - 11:00 AM

10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
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Supplier Performance Management (SPM) is a critical process to mitigate risk, ensure quality, control costs, and sustain positive, collaborative relationships with suppliers. This webinar will share ways to quantify in dollars, the benefits to your entity over a three-year period if it makes upgrades to its current supplier management process. Additionally, the webinar will provide insights into building the business case for improving your supplier management process. Finally, specific tools will be reviewed and made available to assist you in quantifying the benefits of SPM and building your SPM business case.

About the Facilitator:  Jeffrey Berk, COO, ClientLoyalty

Jeffrey Berk is responsible for the day-to-day operations including supply chain, procurement, supplier management, HR, customer success, finance, sales and marketing.  Jeffrey works closely on product design and company strategy as well.  Prior to ClientLoyalty, Jeffrey was the COO of KnowledgeAdvisors and led the creation of day to day operations ranging from supply chain and procurement to marketing and customer success and international operations and inside sales.  Recently Jeffrey was COO of dscout, a mobile market research company where he cultivated core financial, business strategy, procurement and sales functions.   Jeffrey is an adjunct professor of operations at Loyola University and has authored 3 books on analytics and process improvement.

Each attendee will receive a pdf, CEH and recording of the session.


$55.00 ISM-Twin Cities member fee

$60.00 Non-member fee