As part of the BVCA’s webinar series of how technology is enhancing GP operations – this month we will be focusing on indirect spend and portfolio companies. The idea of portfolio companies benefiting from cost savings across a range of products, such as industrial supplies and equipment, IT hardware and software, telecommunications and energy, is nothing new. In fact, some of our largest members have been practicing the power of bulk buying across their own portfolios for well over a decade. The challenge has always been the time and effort it takes relative to the benefit.
This webinar will ask if technology has advanced to make it easier now for such savings to be achieved. How scale, scope and means-of-unlocking the value available in (indirect) spend can be released directly to the bottom line of a portfolio company’s earnings.
Join us to hear the panel’s experiences and views.
• What is different now compared to five years ago, or even a decade ago?
• What are the sources of value that fund managers can unlock for their portfolios via digital platform commence?
• How much value is there?
• What are the impediments that need to be overcome to have access this value?
• How can fund managers leverage digital platform commerce to do so in a cost effective manner?
13:00 Welcome by Leon de Bono, Assistant Director General, BVCA
13:05 Panel discussion
14:00 Webinar close
Wednesday, 28 April - 1:00-2:00
Complimentary and exclusive to BVCA members For more information and to book your place please email the BVCA events team.
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