New eco-systems are transforming procurement. In this edition of SpendBytes – let’s explore
a few emerging models and value levers driving procurement innovation. From demand aggregation
assuming greater importance to partnership models taking consortium buying to a whole
new level and evolving gamut of Procurement as a service as the next game changer for
procurement outsourcing- we have lined up a series of interesting viewpoints and insights
Value for money continues to be the critical focus for procurement teams. Learn how demand aggregation
can drive economies of scale for procurement.
‘Procurement-as-a-Service' promises a bigger and brighter future for procurement. Learn how the
PaaS is evolving to meet the needs of the future.
The consortium-led buying models are the new disruptors in the procurement world.
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Sreenivasan specializes in Spend Data Management and Master Data Management. He supports multiple industry
verticals and domains to assist our clients with their spend data, master data challenges and initiatives.
He has an overall experience of 24 years with nine years in manufacturing and fifteen years in the ITES
industry. He has completed his B.Tech in Electrical & Electronics Engineering and PGDBM - Operations
from Symbiosis Pune. He has also completed his CPSM certification from the ISM - Institute of Supply
He currently manages multiple spend management and master data management projects of various clients. Some
of his recent accomplishments include developing a custom Telecom industry taxonomy for spend Analysis
for a leading telecom major. As part of master data support initiatives, he has worked with more than
4 million material master volume of data and achieved a clean and sustainable master data across various
organizations, by standardizing the data structure and eliminating duplicates.
Prior to working with Infosys, he was employed with a leading software company developing products for spend
analysis and opportunity identification and master data cleansing as well as maintenance projects. He
started his career as a maintenance engineer in the construction industry and moved to auto ancillary
manufacturing (Tyre Industry) and worked there for almost a decade.