As we all know, supplier risk management is not a new concept! However, with increased globalization of businesses and new technological interventions, supplier risks have increased manifold posing greater challenges to the Procurement managers. With the type of risks affecting the supply chain process evolving significantly over last few years, the ways to assess, mitigate and manage the risks have also changed. In this edition, Team SpendBytes discusses on some of the aspects of effective supplier risk management.
Every business faces its unique set of risks and challenges. Similarly, in Supplier Risk Management there are numerous risks that tend to come up – delays from suppliers, production disturbances, natural disasters, theft, shortages and cybersecurity, organizational and operational issues. Learn how businesses can minimize risks on the Supply side with effective management and strategy.
With organizations increasingly adopting lean supply chains to remain competitive, the resulting heightened risk factors make effective supplier risk management imperative and unavoidable. This paper discusses an effective approach to assess, monitor, and contain supplier risk using a forecasting model.
Businesses today are taking a more comprehensive and predictive approach towards Risk Management. This infographic presents how technology is enabling the same.
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Bartosz supports one of the key automotive clients in Infosys BPM with a focus to ensure that multiple effectiveness of sourcing services is provided to the client stakeholders worldwide. In this engagement, he is using his skills and expertise to offer solutions to the client that are based on modern technologies like spend analytics, machine learning and RPA.
Bartosz has over 15 years of experience in multiple areas including transformation, sourcing, category management and operational consulting. He started off his career in electronics and FMCG and then eventually moved to service-related industries such as, BPO and advisory. In the last few years Bartosz has played the role of a sourcing team manager and department director, responsible for IT services portfolio and sourcing management. He has been part of multiple complex and unique projects, including but not limited to curve out due diligence, naming rights negotiations for national stadium, sales system agile development and oil rig conversion into production center.