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aligning customer and vendor due diligence through technology

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An increase in regulations, particularly in the US and UK, are adding complexity to due diligence requirements when onboarding new customers or vendors. A recent report from Dun & Bradstreet surveyed more than 600 procurement and compliance professionals, and found that teams are struggling to manage ever-changing rules while juggling multiple responsibilities.

This webinar explores the convergence in compliance and procurement strategic objectives and responsibilities, and how joined-up processes can accelerate progress towards the common objectives of reducing costs while streamlining third party onboarding. Key learnings from the webinar include:

  • impact of evolving regulation on the compliance and procurement functions
  • top common priorities of compliance and procurement executives over the coming months
  • benefits of intelligent automation for customer and vendor due diligence
  • how technology and data combined can be a powerful strategic driver

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