ProcureCon Indirect East 2020

December 02 - 04, 2020

Omni Orlando Resort at ChampionsGate

Bill Michels, Vice President of Operations, Americas at Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, (CIPS)

Bill Michels


Vice President of Operations, Americas
Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, (CIPS)

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DAY 1 - Monday, March 23, 2020 The Future Is Ours: Accelerating Digital Transformation In Your Organization (Practitioner Only)


3:10 PM Panel: Making The Most Of Marketing Suppliers – Trends, Techniques And Discussion For 2020 And Beyond

Most people in procurement will tell you: when it comes to marketing suppliers, the old rules may not apply. Procurement’s emphasis on cost savings can cause agencies get unmotivated – they may not put their best people on the job or go the extra mile for those inevitable last-minute changes that marketing teams often need. Additionally, the last few years have seen a boom of digital marketing and technology offerings from innovative service providers. With such complexity, the lines between what each vendor offers are often blurred, making the category even more complex to source - but this panel will explore how to overcome these hurtles and get with the program.

DAY 3 – Wednesday, March 25, 2020 Team And Stakeholder Excellence


12:00 PM Panel Actions To Take To Make The Case For Change And Move Your Program Up The Maturity Curve

Given the rapid change and demands facing your stakeholders, you can’t afford to keep your program at a standstill. It’s a matter of when (not if) you move your program up the maturity curve in today’s environment. But how do you get yourself out of the day-to-day execution of your program to focus on long-term improvement? 
•How to develop and communicate the business case for improvement
•Defining program maturity milestones
•Leveraging and strengthening relationships with your staffing partners
•Developing and implementing program KPIs to measure success