Leverage AI & Cognitive Computing in Global Procurement

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Smarter and faster decisions
gabrovsky   10/17/2017 8:48:04 AM

Machine learning and artificial intelligence have made their way into procurement applications and are fueling smarter, faster decisions. A new breed of cognitive technologies promises to push things even further. In my work on this topic, that I wrote for resource where you can also buy essays online, states taht digital technologies drive simplicity and automation that can help procurement create advantage for their organizations today. But the future of procurement is all about intelligence. And cognitive technologies are the key to unlocking its potential.

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