Esteemed President of the American Purchasing Society, Harry E. Hough, PhD, Endorses New SCM Book
"Paul Humbert's new book is a valuable resource that every serious business person should read," said Hough. "New buyers and purchasing managers will find the book an invaluable guide of how to do their job; every section of the book provides important information for the buying function. Kept on the desk, this book will be handy as a reference to help solve either common or infrequently encountered purchasing problems. I highly recommend Paul's book without reservations."
Founded in 1969, the APS—a robust member-based organization with members in all 50 states and 28 countries across the globe—provides unrivaled professional development resources and nationally recognized training and certification programs for buyers, executives and purchasing professionals. As the organization's founder, Hough has been the driving force and visionary behind the APS for nearly five decades, earning national success as a leader and advocate of the purchasing profession.
"I'm thrilled to receive Harry's endorsement, and have great respect for the work of the APS," says Humbert. "Harry's commitment to the professional development of buyers and purchasing managers is unmatched, and I'm honored that he wholeheartedly supports and recommends my new book."
'What CFOs (and Future CFOs) Need To Know About Supply Chain Transactions and How Their Risks Should Be Managed,' is now available at online retailers including Amazon.com and Barnesandnoble.com.
Review copies of Humbert's new book are available to media contacts upon request. Paul Humbert is available for interviews.
About Paul Humbert
President and founder of The Humbert Group, LLC, Paul Humbert, Esq., provides consulting services to global procurement clients with emphasis on complex negotiations, strategic alliances, process improvement and risk management techniques as well as post-execution contract management including claims and dispute resolution.
Humbert holds degrees in both business and law, and is a lecturer at the Rutgers Graduate School of Business. He is the author of four books dealing with supply chain and contract management optimization, and he is a regular contributor to The European Financial Review.