Preparing for 2024: Strategic Software Budgeting and SaaS Stack Future-Proofing

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Vendr is forever changing how companies buy and renew SaaS. With over $1.5B in SaaS purchases across 1,300+ suppliers, the Vendr SaaS buying platform enables the world’s fastest-growing companies to purchase SaaS, without friction and at a fair price.

Thursday September 28th at 1pm ET

Year-end will be here before we know it. Have you started to look ahead towards 2024?

Join us on September 28th to discuss how to effectively jumpstart budget planning for the new year. In this session we'll discuss software budgeting tactics and how to future-proof your tech stack. We'll cover key areas such as:

• Strategies for software budget management
• Methods to analyze and anticipate price increases
• Negotiation strategies for contract renewals and new purchases
This is a must-attend event for anyone seeking to optimize their SaaS investments and get a head start on planning for the new year. You don't want to miss it!

About Speakers

Featured Guest

Amanda Taitel
Principal SaaS Consultant

Amanda Taitel is a Principal SaaS Consultant, Professional Services, at Vendr. During her time at Vendr, Amanda has assisted some of the fastest-growing companies in the world to renew and buy over 400 SaaS agreements. Amanda is passionate about empowering clients with the right products and services that align with their budgetary needs. When she’s not consulting with Vendr clients, Amanda enjoys hiking, running, skiing and enjoying everything Colorado has to offer.


Michael Cadieux
Procurement Foundry

Michael Cadieux is the Founder and serves as CEO of the Procurement Foundry. Michael is a recognized global Indirect procurement thought leader. With more than 25 years of procurement and business experience, he is a sought-after resource within the Indirect Spend community and has spoken at numerous industry conferences and events over the years. Prior to founding Procurement Foundry, he spent 17 years at Publicis Groupe, the second-largest advertising and communications firm in the industry. He was directly responsible for $2.4B of spending, from 65+ business units, and 27,000 employees within Publicis Groupe’s holdings in the Americas.