How to Give Procurement X-Ray Vision

Zip makes it easy for companies to make purchases by streamlining complex approval processes on one intuitive platform. We strive to offer companies the fastest way to purchase, the best insights to confidently make spend decisions, and the easiest way to transact business anywhere.

Tuesday, August 8th at 1 pm ET

Procurement professionals — like you — are strategically positioned to become the superheroes of any company! But it can feel like an uphill battle to get there when gaps in spend visibility thwart your more heroic strategic contributions.

Good news! There is a way to enhance procurement’s “X-ray vision.”

This webinar offers solutions by enhancing procurement's ability to see, control, and influence spend that hides in darkness. Attendees will gain valuable insights into overcoming top challenges and implementing effective strategies to unleash their strategic potential.

About Speakers

Featured Guest

Nick Heinzman
Head o Research

As Head of Research, Nick works with customers and industry influencers to power Zip’s thought leadership, product and competitive strategies. His research interests include human-machine interaction as it relates to value realization in B2B software; the ways emerging technologies are used to shape and influence business relationships; and process design and optimization, especially for procurement. A frequent conference and webinar speaker, Nick enjoys interacting with and learning from all sides of the procurement and finance tech markets to drive progress for all participants.

Prior to his role at Zip, Nick served as VP of Research at Spend Matters, where he architected new research initiatives such as an industry-first functionality benchmark for carbon management software and built the firm’s analyst training program. Nick began his procurement career as a lowly copy editor who cared probably too much about the differences between hyphens, en dashes and em dashes. A two-time graduate of Northwestern University, he holds an MSJ from the Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications.


Michael Cadieux
Procurement Foundry

Community Developer, Obsessed with creating value for members, Dedicated to Family and Friends