Procurement Advisory Takes Pulse of Financial Services Industry
February 27, 2013; Jacksonville, FL – ProcureAbilityTM announced today that it is conducting a broad-based benchmarking study amongst financial services industry procurement executives. They have designed specific criteria to examine three key areas of Procurement, including Value Creation, Operational Excellence, and Strategies for Growth.
“This benchmarking study will allow us to delve deeper into the financial services industry’s challenges and best practices,” said John Evans, President and CEO of ProcureAbility. “We’re recruiting a diverse group of senior procurement executives from the financial services industry to get their perspectives and insights—to capture the current pulse of this dynamic industry.”
ProcureAbility is inviting financial services executives to participate in this study. Qualitative data regarding best practices, trends, and other strategic insights will be gathered and shared with participants.
“Answers from key industry executives will help shape our findings and will be kept strictly confidential,” continued Evans. “Participants in this study will receive a confidential top-line report of the findings customized to show where they compare against industry peers and leaders, as well as where there are gaps and opportunities for improvement.”
For more information and to participate in the benchmarking study, visit ProcureAbility.com or call 888-824-8866.
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