PRGX concludes 12th annual finance and procurement thought leadership event, PRGXchange™, in Nashville
PRGX, a global leader in Recovery Audit, welcomed the conference’s largest gathering of professionals across finance, supply chain, operations and procurement in the event’s 12-year history.
PRGXchange has grown from a gathering of retail finance leaders in 2008 to a meeting of finance and procurement peers across various industries and job functions with shared experience in the source-to-pay process.
“While the name of our annual event has changed over the years, the intent of the conference has remained the same – to create a place for the exchange of dialogue, idea-sharing and problem-solving,” said
PRGXchange attendees participated in interactive panel discussions with industry leaders and learned about best practices in the source-to-pay process from global finance, supply chain and economic experts.
“This year, we had more PRGXchange client speakers than ever before, which created the perfect atmosphere for peer-to-peer dialogue during our mainstage and breakout sessions,” said Stewart. “Many of the discussions focused on how innovation and collaboration can help companies adapt to the evolving digital and business landscape.”
Conference highlights included:
- “See What You’ve Been Missing” keynote address – Stewart shared how the conference theme plays a major role in the company’s mission and vision;
- Client Spotlight – A 12-year conference attendee and finance leader in the grocery industry outlined how he applied best practices from past conferences to solve real-world problems and deliver value to his company’s bottom line; and
- “Managing S2P Complexity in a Dynamic Environment” – Panel discussion with experienced finance, audit and supply chain practitioners addressed how they managed complexity using best practices including optimization, process improvements and technology to drive bottom line results.
Each year, PRGXchange attracts finance and procurement leaders from every sector of business, including: retail, grocery, pharmaceutical, consumer packaged goods, manufacturing and technology.
Source: PRGX Global, Inc.