CFOs and CPOs share common goals. Yet, many aren’t working as hand-in-hand as they should be given the current state of affairs.
As many companies become more efficient, chief financial officers (CFOs) and chief procurement officers (CPOs) are discovering that their activities overlap to a greater degree. And companies that want to become even leaner are discovering that the CFO-CPO relationship is an increasingly important one. Although CFOs and CPOs strive to achieve common goals, they don’t always speak a common language. Marie Meliksetian, managing director of procurement outsourcing services, North ...
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