PMI Cost Savings = Real Savings: Are You Leaving Money on the Table?
- An overview of why generating indirect cost-savings is important to merger economics;
- An analysis of how procurement integration can unlock value and prevent cost savings "being left on the table";
- Target areas to consider in achieving additional cost savings;
- How to put the proposed theories into practice;
- Recommendations on the data you need to be monitoring and analyzing to track your success in leveraging these tactics.
Research by leading consultancy firms indicates that supply chain synergies may constitute 30%-50% of merger-related increases in shareholder value. The purchase of goods and services often represents more than half of a company’s total costs, so procurement usually delivers a significant share of total synergies, with savings estimated to range from 5-25%. Procurement integration is therefore integral to delivering shareholder value.
In this webinar, Bernard Gunther of Spendata will discuss how to unlock value from procurement integration. The agenda covers: