Insights for Procure-to-Pay and Finance Leaders

The death of big business (as we know it)

What do Moore’s Law, 3D printing, self-driving cars, machine learning, and other disruptive technologies have to do with supply chains and procure to pay?

More than you’d think. Tradeshift CEO and Co-founder Christian Lanng connected the dots during his tour de force keynote yesterday at the Credit Suisse 18th Annual Asian Investment Conference in Hong Kong.

Businesses will need to come up with new strategies and models in order to survive and prosper in the new digital environment. But doing so by optimizing for cost and using legacy ERP systems is no longer enough. Now, the ability to continuously change is what really matters if your business is to survive the tectonic shifts underway.

Watch the video below to hear Christian’s vision for how businesses can cope with these new disruptive forces and the pitfalls to avoid:

Christian also took a few minutes after his presentation to answer key questions about his vision for Tradeshift, the complexity of today’s supply chains, cloud security, and more:

The AIC is one of Asia Pacific’s longest-running forums for tackling key issues on the global economic and investment agenda, and attracts some of world’s most prominent speakers, from Heads of State and political and financial leaders, to central bankers, senior corporate leaders, academics, Nobel prize-winning economists and renowned social thinkers. We’re honored to be a part of it.

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