San Francisco, CA – March 8, 2011 – Denali Group/ProcureAbility continues its in-depth research into procurement innovation by once again holding its annual Procurement Innovation Executive Summit in Lake Tahoe, April 13-15, 2011.

Top Procurement and Supply Chain executives from Global 1000 companies will gather to address today’s most complex procurement challenges and opportunities. The summit’s intimate setting will allow participants to share ideas and develop new and innovative practices to expand procurement’s value contribution. This year’s summit participants represent a wide range of industries including: high tech, energy and utilities, finance and insurance, entertainment, retail, and pharmaceutical.

“Today there are significant opportunities for procurement and supply chain executives to innovate and add more value,” said John Evans, President and CEO of ProcureAbilityTM. “Our extensive research shows that leading Procurement executives are driven to expand their organizations’ contributions. They are actively looking for ways to add more value- not only to increase efficiencies and cost savings, but also to grow top-line revenue and shareholder value. Our Procurement Innovation Summit will once again bring executives together to develop such innovations.”

Speaking at the Summit is renowned inventor and author Nicolas Webb, (The Innovation Playbook) who will present the latest best practices for innovations and provide actionable solutions for the Procurement organization. Webb holds more than 35 patents and is the author of three books.

About ProcureAbility

ProcureAbilityTM transforms traditional, outdated consulting and staffing models by offering our clients advisory and resource support on their terms.

Our delivery model is unique. We give clients access to unbundled resources, plus the ability to selectively add value through leading-edge methodologies, the latest best practices, and specialized insight and advice—an approach unheard of in traditional consulting and staffing firms.

Since 1996 we’ve focused only on procurement’s success. It’s all we do.

For more information on ProcureAbility services, visit ProcureAbility.com or call (888) 824-8866.

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