Sip and SolveTM

Solving business challenges in a coffee break

 

Minimizing supplier disruption in your supply chain

During this session Li Mao from our product management team, and Tom Hayes from Solutions Consulting present a real world example of failure in the supplier risk assessment process, and how it caused significant disruption for a major healthcare provider.

We talk through how procurement professionals can:

  • Learn from this example and apply simple checks as part of their on-going process.
  • Avoid common pitfalls many organizations encounter.
  • Collaborate with their compliance peers to gain a big picture view of potential disruption risks.

Presenters

Tom Hayes, Solutions Consultant

Tom Hayes, Solutions Consultant

Tom provides pre-sale support for enterprise-level clients in Business Information Services. For 30 years, Tom has had a successful career in the commercial data field. Whether it be in sales or consulting positions, his focus is on connecting solutions to his clients’ strategic goals. This has included collaboration with Risk Management Leaders, Sales/Marketing Executives, and Supply Chain Managers. His end goal is to insure his customers have the right tools to mitigate risk, discover opportunities for savings, and integrate complex organizational data from disparate sources to achieve well-coordinated, effective business performance. 

Li Mao

Li Mao, Product Manager

Li Mao is a Product Manager of our Global Data Network, our international offering that supports companies who are operating internationally manage their risk for customer acquisition and across their portfolio.  Li is focused on creating a set of tools that will enable professionals to make the best decision in the most efficient way. He is passionate about leveraging new technologies and challenging the norm in order to move the industry forward.

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