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How best to apply UNSPSC coding correctly … and shape your TAXONOMY (VIRTUAL)

February 18, 2020

The key to great spend analysis is good DATA. The key to good DATA is cleanliness, accuracy and structure. Structuring your data correctly offers easy analysis of spend patterns by category, by cost-centre, by transaction volume, and by both transaction value and aggregate value. 

Choosing your data structure and depth is the key part of your taxonomy, or classification scheme (naming convention) for your spend data. Spend taxonomy is the classification of an organization's spend in a hierarchical order that usually ranges from 3 to 5 levels depending on the complexity of their spend. They are usually classified as: Level 1 (Group), Level 2 (Family), Level 3 (Category), Level 4 (Commodity)

A usual approach today is the UNSPSC approach – but one size does not always fit all. And aligning your spend data structure to your product needs can better serve your procurement strategy. 

Discuss how, exactly, with your peers and compare different approaches in a non-partisan way: What can we learn from each other? What can we all do better? 

Your facilitator

Gordon Donovan FCIPS is one of the country’s most experienced CPO’s and procurement trainers, and has a deep experience in this area from several hands-on projects to complete essential taxonomy spend structures. Currently he is working for SAP/Ariba in a procurement intelligence evangelist role based in Melbourne. https://www.linkedin.com/in/gordon-donovan-6305b13/?msgConversationId=6397008743716003840&msgOverlay=true 

The time of this session is:

12.00-1.30PM AEST (BNE, SYD, MELB)

11.30-1.00PM (ADL)

2.00-3.30PM (NZ)

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How best to apply UNSPSC coding correctly … and shape your TAXONOMY (VIRTUAL)
Event Detail Virtual - at your desk using Zoom
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Start May 4th, 2020. 12:00pm
End May 4th, 2020. 13:30pm
Status Event Details Closed

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Seats 20 persons
Attendees 8 persons
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Category One off sessions
Type Virtual