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Asia Pacific Procurement Awards 2019 Shortlist 

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We are happy to announce that Markit is supporting the Asia Pacific Procurement Awards again for second year running!

 

Last November our CEO, Andres Agasild, as part of Markit’s support for the Asia Pacific Procurement Awards 2018, was honoured to present Intel with the winner’s External Collaboration Award. 

Intel joined ConocoPhillips, Axiata Group and Bugaboo International who have previous won this badge of honour

Markit is supporting the External Collaboration Award again in 2019 and Andres will announce and celebrate the winner on stage at the awards ceremony following the Asia Pacific Procurement Congress on 27-28 November in Singapore. 

Markit would like to congratulate all the shortlisted companies on reaching this stage in the competition which recognises, and benchmarks, their teams’ significant procurement achievements against leading peers. 

The finalists of the Asia Pacific Procurement External Collaboration Awards 2019 are:

  • Air New Zealand (New Zealand)     
  • Schneider Electric, and Cairn (India)​​​​​​​
  • Singtel (Singapore)
  • Coca-Cola Amatil, Narta, and Zoos Victoria (Australia)
  • Saudi Telecom Company (Saudi Arabia)
  • Petronas (Malaysia) ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​

The finalists’ entries will be judged by an independent panel of senior procurement leaders chaired by Jonathan Webb, Head of Content & Advisory APAC at Procurement Leaders. 


Andres Agasild, Markit CEO said, “External collaboration is a vital component of procurement and purchasing, and a topic close to our hearts here at Markit. It’s how great results are achieved. I’m delighted to announce the winner again and look forward to meeting all the 2019 finalists and our Asian-Pacific clients and partners at the Congress to further discuss the IT purchasing issues and challenges companies are facing in the Asian Pacific region.” 



About the Asia Pacific Procurement Congress 2019 

200+ of the region’s senior most procurement executives enjoy 2 action-packed days of thought-provoking insights, knowledge sharing and networking. 

Delegates explore how to make procurement strategy the primary tool for creating value and earning business trust, in key areas including: 

  • Organisational design, talent and culture 

  • Operating model, processes and delivery mechanisms 

  • Technology and access to relevant data sources and insights 

To find out more visit the Asia Pacific Procurement Congress 2019 website

We hope to see you there!