21 systems integrated. 7,000+ users enabled. 87 sites across 25 countries deployed. And P2P transformed.

Hosted by Coupa and Deloitte, join this live webinar to learn how Molex, a multi-billion dollar manufacturer of electronic solutions, partnered with finance to transform their procurement with improved S2P processes, operating model, policy governance, and user adoption.

Tim Tsouchlos, Vice President of Procurement at Molex, will share his firsthand experience on their challenges, decision-making process, lessons learned, success metrics and more. You’ll hear practical advice on how to transform your business spend management strategy and how to drive change.

You will also learn:

  • How to transform your business’s spend management strategy
  • Methods to drive technological change and increase adoption
  • Techniques for managing complex procurement transformation projects


Ryan Flynn


Joseph Reed

Director, Customer Value
Coupa Software, Inc.

Tim Tsouchlos

Vice-President, Procurement

Field of Study:Finance



Advance Preparation:None required

Delivery Method:Group Internet-based

Recommended CPE Credit(s):1

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