Reggie Peterson

Reggie Peterson is Director of Indirect Products at AmeriQuest Business Services. Peterson, a 20-year veteran of supply chain management, leads the company’s growth of its indirect procurement offering that helps organizations better manage their procurement lifecycle to reduce cost and complexity. Prior to joining AmeriQuest, Peterson spent 16 years as a Senior Procurement Manager for Coca-Cola and as a Procurement Manager – Indirect Materials for Siemens. He earned a B.A. in Economics from the University of Florida, and a M.B.A. from Kennesaw State University, and earned his Doctorate in Supply Chain Management from Walden University. AmeriQuest Business Services is a technology-enabled provider of financial process automation, procurement, and asset management solutions based in Cherry Hill, N.J. Peterson is based in Naples, Fla.

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Digging into the Data: Procurement Trends

August 29th

Procurement traditionally has yearly savings targets. Without hard data and analytics, those targets are essentially based on prior years’ activities and recent competitive sourcing results. Access to data from multiple sources will enable procurement to q… Read More

Controlling Indirect Spend: Procurement Trends

August 15th

There are many trends prominent in procurement today, including: Greater collaboration between stakeholders; digitization and automation of processes; and a focus on data and analytics. However one of the most notable trends in procurement is the focus on … Read More

Procurement’s Strategic and Tactical Faces

August 10th

The two major functions of procurement have very distinct approaches: One is tactical; the other, highly strategic. Read More

5 Major Benefits of Price Validation for Indirect Spend

January 7th

When making capital purchases, chances are that there are significant controls in place, regardless of the location where that purchase is made. However, when it comes to indirect spend, that may not always be the case, especially when you have employees a… Read More