TROY, Mich.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--SirionLabs, the leading provider of advanced supplier management technology solutions, today announced that they are a featured presenter at the 2015 SIG Global Executive Summit to be held in Huntington Beach, California, during October 27-29, 2015. SIG Global Executive Summit is a prominent three-day summit for outsourcing and procurement professionals where latest best practices, cost-cutting strategies, innovative processes and risk-mitigation approaches are discussed through CPO roundtables, general sessions, workshops and networking events. This edition of the event focuses on three key concern areas for sourcing leaders – risk, performance and talent.
SirionLabs will be represented by Rajeev Agarwal, Senior Vice President - Sales, SirionLabs, who will deliver a thought leadership session on the topic “Connecting the Dots to Visualize the Complete Post-signature Supplier Management Picture”. The presentation is scheduled for Tuesday, October 27th, between 9:30 AM and 10:20 AM, and will cover how technology can be used to manage supplier engagements holistically by connecting the different siloed views that exist across various supplier management disciplines (contracts, performance, finance, risk and relationship).
“Value leakage in complex outsourcing engagements is rooted in traditional, silo specific approach to supplier management. Lack of integration amongst incompatible systems used for managing contracts, service delivery, projects, invoices, and risk restrict a holistic view of supplier performance,” said Rajeev, adding “Sirion’s comprehensive approach to supplier management cuts through the internal and external silos, and provides end-to-end visibility into post-signature supplier performance.”
SirionLabs is the leading provider of enterprise SaaS products focused on the post-signature management of complex services contracts.
SirionLabs’ proprietary suite, Sirion, significantly reduces the cost of supplier governance function by automating complex procedures across key governance disciplines – contract, performance, financial, relationship and risk management. Its embedded workflows facilitate intricate real-world buyer-supplier interactions within the system by using contractual obligations as the core language. The high level of process automation cultivates trust, transparency and authenticity in sourcing transactions leading to strengthened buyer-supplier relationships, reduced value leakage, enhanced compliance and deeper insight into performance levels.