Costas Xyloyiannis

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Costas Xyloyiannis is co-founder and CEO of HICX, the leading supplier experience management solution for the Global 5000. Costas founded HICX in 2012 in order to address the challenges of bad supplier data in the enterprise and has worked with companies such as Mondelez, Lenovo, Baker Hughes, Orkla, BAE Systems, EDF Energy and more to deliver world-class supplier management built on rock-solid supplier data.

Costas holds a Master’s degree in Computer Science from Imperial College London and is a regular speaker and contributor on the importance of data as a foundation for digital transformation in business.

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Learn five factors for supply chain and procurement professionals to consider when adding new best-of-breed solutions.
Jun 24, 2022    0

Extensive disruption at the beginning of the decade put resilience at the top of the agenda for most organizations. Now the focus is on how digital procurement solutions can be used to boost agility.

But as digital transformation accelerates and procurement teams look beyond their established P2P or S2P suites to address particular pain points, this should not...

How to Make the Most of Supplier Information
Jun 10, 2022    0

What was once nice-to-have information has now been defined by law. As concern grows around modern slavery, GDPR, conflict minerals and climate change, governments and related third parties are demanding – with regulatory backing – that businesses ensure ethical supply chains.

To mitigate regulatory and reputational cost, organizations need robust, accurate and extensive supplier information. For those with large complex supply chains, this is no mean feat. But apart from...

Procurement must prioritize true supply chain resilience and addresses the imbalance and barriers plaguing most customer-supplier relationships.
Feb 14, 2022    0

This year, business leaders are making it a priority to build resilience into their supply chains. In doing so, their relationships with suppliers are coming into view, and what’s being exposed are some significant fault lines.

But within the volatile landscape we continue to face, having supplier relationships that are strong and healthy is no longer a nice-to-have, it’s a business imperative. So, what can enterprise leaders do to put things right?

Getting a Lay...