In this webinar, you will learn about:
You will also hear from Spend Matter’s founder, Jason Busch and Oracle’s Senior Director of Product Management & Strategy, Mark Peachey about the latest technology developments in Oracle’s Procurement solutions and how they relate to procurement solution market trends. Lastly, Data Intensity’s Director of Oracle Applications Delivery & Presales, Darryl Griffiths, will present some of the scenarios, approaches and ways that companies are using Oracle procurement solutions and these innovations to meet their procurement goals.
SolutionMap & Strategic Advisory
Azul Partners, Inc. and Spend Matters
Jason is the founder of Azul Partners and co-founder of Spend Matters. He spends most of his time contributing to building Spend Matters SolutionMap. But, he divides the rest of his waking hours between research, writing, due diligence analysis, corporate finance advisory and mentoring dozens of firms and procurement organizations in the industry. Prior to Azul Partners, Jason got his on-the-job education in procurement technology working at FreeMarkets for five years in a variety of roles.
Product Management & Strategy at Oracle
Mark is responsible for directing a team of Product Managers spread across the US, India and China in the software development & marketing cycles for the 20+ modules in the E-Business Suite Advanced Procurement & Contracts applications portfolio. Crafted product vision, energized team & cultivated an environment of continuous innovation. Balanced customer & competitive imperatives against engineering capacity that has been adjusted in-line with Oracle’s shift in corporate ERP strategy.
Oracle Applications Delivery & Presales at Data Intensity
Darryl is responsible for helping DI clients to understand and apply Oracle solutions and technology to achieve procurement and supply chain improvements. Darryl has over 30 years of procurement experience from solution consulting roles working for leading solution vendors in a wide range of industries including: Manufacturing, Consumer Package Goods, Construction, Financial Services, Professional Services, Communications, Media, Utilities.