In a recent interview for a technical blog, I mentioned that I heard keynote speaker former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft (at the 2016 Securities Industry and Financial Markets Association’s (SIFMA) Internal Auditors Society conference) reference that organizations should prepare to adopt what he called “anticipatory compliance.” This concept involves outsourcers being able to demonstrate that they are actively anticipating, studying and acting on perceived threats (cyber and otherwise) both internally and with their outsourced business partners.
Many sourcing experts have been through a provider merger or acquisition in their time in the industry. The concern that it will disrupt existing services or alter the nature of the engagement can make M&A announcements a troubling read.
The last few years have triggered dramatic changes in the way IT outsourcing arrangements have been made by enterprises. As expected, some of the changes are taking time before they become center stage. In addition, some of the triggers did not live past their hype and fizzled out before they could deliver the promised value sought by enterprises.
Join SIG and Ivalua for this three-hour networking opportunity for CPO level executives only, hosted by Goodmans LLP. The day morning event, where breakfast is served, includes executive presentations and plenty of time for networking and idea sharing.
SIG and REI will be hosting an exclusive executive networking event. This event is unparalleled in its esteemed thought leadership and idea-sharing opportunities. Previous attendees of this prestigious event include executives from Boeing, Russell Investments, Microsoft and many more.
SIG and SAP Ariba are heading up to the Great White North to host a networking and thought leadership event at Goodmans LLP in Toronto. Enjoy presentations such as "Blockchain as a Procurement Exercise" by Richard Corley and Peter Ruby, both partners at Goodmans LLP, and an executive presenation by Lorri Rowlandson, Senior Vice President at BGIS. The day will also include live peer-to-peer discussion and roundtable breakout sessions.
SIG and Allegis will be joining forces at Mayer Brown for a day of networking, thought leadership and live peer-to-peer discussion. This specific event will feature a presentation from Brad Peterson, the leader of technology transactions practice at Mayer Brown.