May 23, 2019
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Research Senior Manager
Chief Strategy Officer, Xeeva
Anna Barnett is a Research Senior Manager for Levvel Research. She manages Levvel's team of analysts and all research content delivery, and helps lead research development strategy for the firm's many technology focus areas. Anna joined Levvel through the acquisition of PayStream Advisors, and for the past several years has served as an expert in several facets of business process automation software. She also covers digital transformation trends and technology, including around DevOps strategy, design systems, application development, and cloud migration. Anna has extensive experience in research-based analytical writing and editing, as well as sales and marketing content creation.
With a well-rounded background in the procurement, supply chain management, materials management, and MRO industries, Steve is Xeeva’s chief strategy officer. Recognized as an expert in his field, he brings a great deal of real world knowledge to this position. He is responsible for Xeeva’s business strategy, customer value reporting, embedded intelligence productization for the Visibility Results solution, business solutioning, and strategic business partnerships. Prior to Xeeva, Steve has held many leadership positions, contributing unique innovation and experience to each. Some of his prior positions include being the managing director of Dragon Sourcing, CSO at Netlink, CEO at Fastnet RC, COO at SDE MRO Express, and vice president of EDS/AT Kearney.
2020 has been an eventful year for Travel & Expense Management (TEM). Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, travel has declined significantly, which made it seem like TEM automation would take a back seat to more urgent priorities.
Although COVID-19 will eventually reach a resolution, the agility that investment in technology empowers will endure. And a key tech investment organizations can make is adding software to their back-office processes.
This guide explores the potential ROI of automating core Procure-to-Pay processes and enabling a remote workforce for the new business environment.
This report explores the varying degrees of automation and improvement that are possible with procurement technology, presents observations on the state of the market, and offers a buyer’s guide to decision-makers who are considering a solution.