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Zycus Webinar to Focus on Minding the P2Ps and Qs

Princeton, NJ – Robust P2P programs must of course effectively address both Ps of P2P – purchase and pay processes equally – however, the quality of the program roll-out ultimately depends on paying at least as much attention to the “softer side” of the equation – change management.  Unlike sourcing tools geared primarily, if not exclusively to professional procurement users, the most successful P2P initiatives engage and retain users across all business functions. 

The upcoming webinar by Zycus titled ‘Minding Your P2Ps and Qs: Quality P2P Programs Require a Change Management Focus’ will showcase the best practices and lessons learned from rolling out P2P at Jawbone- a world-leader in consumer technology and wearable devices, building hardware products and software platforms powered by data science. 

In the May 7th webinar, attendees will also get to learn the innovative strategies they used in devising and delivering effective change management programs to drive behavior change across multiple user groups and roles, resulting in rapid deployment and user adoption.

Key highlights of the webinar will include:

  • Jawbone – Procure to pay transformational journey
  • Innovative strategies in devising effective change management
  • Driving user adoption across multiple user groups

Details

Date:   Thursday, May 7, 2015

Time:    2:00pm EST
Speaker 1:  Pamela Lowe, Indirect Procurement Manager, Jawbone

Speaker 2:  Richard Waugh, VP Corporate Development, Zycus

Attendance:   On free registration, compliments of Zycus

About Jawbone

Jawbone is a world-leader in consumer technology and wearable devices, building hardware products and software platforms powered by data science. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices globally, Jawbone products are available in over 40 countries around the world.

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