The TPSP market value is expected to exceed $1B by 2023 and our panel of experts will share how their companies are scaling their businesses to support this growth and how you can save on your overall technology spend.
Join us for a Fireside Chat with executives at Rimini Street, Origina, Service Express, and PAAS on January 21, 2020 at 11:30am EST to hear directly from industry leaders why third-party support will be a top initiative of technology leaders across the globe in 2021.
TPSP companies create significant value in the following areas: service improvement through expert first-call response, immediate support for software and hardware, and annual cost reduction up to 70%, among other strategic initiatives that we’ll cover during the webinar.
Did you know that 54% of Technology spend occurs in Oct, Nov, and Dec? Learn how you can efficiently utilize data to your advantage. Like Kelly Blue Book for auto purchases, PAAS provides data to ensure the best optimal pricing/terms for technology negotiations.
In this interactive discussion, you will learn strategic tactics to put your company in a position to negotiate effectively. Join industry experts, Dave Krigger, Eric Cunningham, and Russ Ross in this Q&A session to learn their tribal knowledge and how they are saving clients 15-30% on technology spend.
CFOs are calling an audible and focusing on increasing EBITDA by reducing unneeded spend. This Huddle, specifically for CFO’s, is a brief collaborative discussion about ways to reduce spend without impacting the business.
Today, CIOs are a critical player in keeping the business running, as well as looking for ways to cut costs and reduce spend. Jim Shaw, CIO at PAAS Advisors, covers four areas where cost cutting can take place within technology spend.
The number one priority for procurement teams is to reduce spend while increasing value. The largest and fastest growing indirect spend category is technology. What savings initiatives have you found to focus on? That can be a difficult question. PAAS Advisors and Chief Procurement Officer Dave Krigger host a “CPO Huddle” to talk about this exact issue. We discuss: