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Digi-Key plans digital transformation webinar

17th July 2020
Mick Elliott

Digi-Key is hosting a digital transformation webinar on July 23 at 11 a.m. CST entitled "Optimizing Procurement by Embracing Digital Transformation."

The webinar will feature a discussion from industry leading experts on how to identify digital solutions such as API (Application Programming Interface), EDI (Electronic Data Interchange), and Punchout to maximise efficiency and improve operations, as well as a Digi-Key customer who has experienced a digital transformation first hand.

Among those on the panel will be Digi-Key regional supply chain solutions directors Margaret Cunha and Michael Rankins, and Prime EMS quote analyst, Cara Knott. Participants will take away the following insights from the program: the differences between digital solutions like API, EDI, and Punchout; how to use digital solutions to overcome challenges often experienced by procurement teams; why automation won't eliminate your job; and examples of achievable improvements when embracing digital transformation.

"The past few years, and especially the past few months, have accelerated a digital revolution in our world – and the procurement department is no exception," says Jim Ricciardelli, executive vice president of digital business for Digi-Key. "At Digi-Key, we're proud to be a resource for procurement professionals across the globe, and we're looking forward to continuing to share best practices for how customers can mobilise a digital transformation today."

Those who participate in the webinar will also have the opportunity to download Digi-Key's new e-book "Demystifying Digital Transformation for Procurement," which introduces procurement professionals and non-technical decision makers to the business value of adopting digital solutions and how to start the process of a digital transformation.

To learn more about the webinar, visit digikey.com/en/resources/webinar/digital-transformation.

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