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Accenture Names Binny Mathews As Chief Procurement Officer

Binny Mathews is a seasoned procurement executive who previously served as senior vice president and group head of procurement at Infosys.

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Accenture has named Binny Mathews its new chief procurement officer and head of the company’s Procurement Plus (P+) capability. Mathews will be responsible for leading the strategic direction for Accenture’s global procurement spend. This includes continuing the transformation of the company’s supply chain into a sustainable, diverse value chain, committed to responsible and profitable buying and 360° supplier partnerships.

Mathews assumed his new role on January 3, 2024.

Binny Mathews is a seasoned procurement executive who previously served as senior vice president and group head of Procurement at Infosys. Mathews’ professional career also includes leading teams at Tata Group, FreeMarkets (now SAP Ariba) and Marico, where he developed innovative and data-driven approaches to sustainable procurement.

“I’m excited to lead Procurement Plus and continue advancing Accenture’s global leadership in responsible buying, with sustainability, transparency, agility and inclusivity underscoring how we work with our suppliers around the world and across the marketplace", says Binny Mathews, chief procurement officer, Accenture

“Binny will play a critical role in how we power innovation, growth and business continuity for the organization, ensuring that our global strategy is executed based on local demand, and that we lead with data-driven ways to deliver value, ” says Margaret Smith, senior managing director and executive director of Corporate Services & Sustainability, Accenture

 


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