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strategic sourcing

By Sanjeevani Kumar
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Jul 24th, 2018
Strategic Sourcing is an approach to SCM that formalizes information gathering and is used so that an enterprise can leverage its consolidated purchasing power to find the best value. "Value", here is the element that needs redefining, so procurement professionals can extract the most out of their sourcing function.
By aishika bhattacharya
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Jun 13th, 2018
Mr. Simmons during his interview for a role of a category manager's position, states these 6 key skills that he thinks he is very good at. The interviewer smiles. What do you think has happened? Read more.
By Mehr Bhalla
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May 25th, 2018
When it comes to technology centers or "tech-hubs", many think that Silicon Valley is the place to be at. However, what they miss out on is Boston's r
By Shalaka Desai
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May 21st, 2018
Contracts are nothing but fancy promises. One would expect parties involved in a contract to keep their respective promises, because of its formal nature.
By Kushal Babu
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May 11th, 2018
There is no procurement blog or no thought leader in procurement who is not talking about Artificial Intelligence (AI). AI has gained so much of tract
By aishika bhattacharya
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May 10th, 2018
In this article, you'll learn about slavery in the supply chain and understand the role the suppliers play in this. Read more.
By aishika bhattacharya
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Mar 21st, 2018
  We know how data both internal (spend, contract & supplier relationship management) and external (supplier database) are crucial to provid
By aishika bhattacharya
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Mar 21st, 2018
For procurement professionals, the IT products market has always been challenging. This is for reasons more than being the largest indirect spend cate
By aishika bhattacharya
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Feb 26th, 2018
Read this article to decide if you would still prefer strategic sourcing better than this well-tried and tested method. Do let us know your thoughts!