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Michael Lamoureux

Michael Lamoureux
Michael Lamoureux - Lead Analyst and Futurist The doctor of Sourcing Innovation (.com), who holds a PhD in Computer Science, is an experienced professional in enterprise technology and Supply Management who has been a Chief Architect, Chief Research Scientist, and Chief Technology Officer before taking up the mantles of blogger and analysts. He works with businesses and their internal knowledge transfer, positioning, and planning problems, specializing in working with clients who want to update their sourcing process, technologies, and strategies to lead the way in innovation.

Recent Posts

Opinion

RPA [Robotic Process Automation] - More Useful than It Sounds

When you hear RPA, Robotic Process Automation, you probably think of assembly line automation or, if you're a bit more modern in your thinking, automated invoice scanning and OCR transformation to...

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White Paper

The Importance of Program Management For Savings and Value Realization

In many organizations today, Supply Management receives minimal support from efficient sourcing and procurement platforms.

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Opinion

Do You Have a Data Quartet that Can Carry a Tune?

Right now you're probably thoroughly confused, but that's okay. Because if I just entitled this article with the core topic of "data harmonization", you'd be equally confused. And at least this...

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Opinion

Breathing New Life into eAuctions

Many organizations are still using eAuctions, and these eAuctions are still delivering fantastic returns the first time (they are applied to a category). Michael Lamoureux, Lead Analyst and...

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Opinion

Supplier Relationship Management: Achieving Supplier Satisfaction

Supplier satisfaction is critical to your success. By this we don't mean your satisfaction with the supplier and its performance, we mean the supplier's satisfaction with you and your performance.

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Opinion

Surviving a M&A: The Customer Perspective

In recent posts over on Sourcing Innovation, we have explored the M&A Mania (All Aboard the M&A Train!The M&A Mania Ain’t Over Yet ... But ..., and M&A: And the Mania Continues ...) as a result...

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