In most organisations, both the Procurement and the Finance functions have an interest and play important roles in the purchasing, ordering, and payment of goods and services. However, sometimes this mutual interest can lead to disagreements, differing opinions, and interdepartmental conflict.
In our e-book, created in partnership with Spend Matters, we suggest some steps that both departments can take to build the relationship between Finance and Procurement rather than create conflict. We'll answer questions such as:
What are the common causes of strained Procurement and Finance department relationships?
How can purchase to pay responsibilities be divvied out responsibly and fairly?
How can we unite Procurement and Finance so that both can realise their goals together?
Learn more in the e-book.