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supplier management

By Anam Qamar
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May 20th, 2020
Porter's five forces talks about competitive advantages and entry barriers. Learn how does it apply to strategic procurement and its meaning?
By Anupama Phal
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Mar 30th, 2020
A retailer is a final stop for goods in a supply chain before the consumer buys the product. Being the gatekeeper for consumers...
By Anam Qamar
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Feb 7th, 2020
Artificial Intelligence goes hand in hand with Procurement in 2020! Learn how to use your Procurement Solution to manage your brand reputation better.
By Linda Ashok
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Oct 11th, 2019
In this article, you will learn about five ways a supply chain management system works to give your supply chain a competitive advantage. Read More.
By Procurement Bloggers
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Aug 12th, 2019
In this article, you will learn things about the supplier network that is crucial to your procurement's success. Take a read!
By Shalaka Desai
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May 13th, 2019
This blog offers guidance for a procurement professional who needs help with creating a successful Supplier Performance Evaluation checklist.
By Bhavesh Shah
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May 13th, 2019
Supplier management in today’s globally competitive and dynamic marketplace requires new strategies and new capabilities. This blog defines a 5-Step process to effective supplier management.
By Linda Ashok
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Apr 25th, 2019
The purpose of supplier lifecycle management is to recognize the right supplier and get better value while reducing associated cost & risk by ensuring the quality throughout the cycle. Supplier lifecycle management has eight unique phases to explore!
By Procurement Bloggers
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Apr 23rd, 2019
In a study conducted by FM Global among 600 large enterprises, respondents rated supply risk management as an area of concern. The report says that it can take two or more years for organizations to recover from a supply chain failure. How to avert this? Read the blog for formulas!