PRINCETON, NJ, April 21, 2016 - All suppliers are not created equal, and if a company wants to create a sustainable supply chain, it needs to maintain separate yardsticks for measuring and managing different groups of suppliers.

ROSA (Return of Supplier Assets) is a transformative way of appraising the total value a supplier brings, transcending traditional measures of cost and product quality to also look at impact on brand perception, product innovation partnership, agility support and other such KPIs.

Zycus in association with ISM will host a panel of experts as they share best practices and lessons learned on:  Finding ROSA (Return On Supplier Assets) – Valuing and Managing Suppliers Strategically”

Join the Webinar and learn:

  • How to make supplier self-service a realistic option?
  • How to right-size the supply base?
  • How to be the supplier’s “customer of choice”?
  • How do you mitigate supply risk?
  • What are the most effective collaboration mechanisms to tap supplier innovation?

Details

  
 
Title:Finding ROSA (Return On Supplier Assets) – Valuing and Managing Suppliers Strategically
   
Date:April 28, 2016, Thursday
 
Time:11:30  AM ET
 
Speakers:Garry Christie, Director of Global Business Services, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD)
Richard Waugh, VP Corporate Development, Zycus Inc.
 
Attendance:On free registration, compliments of Zycus

About Institute for Supply Management (ISM)

ISM is the oldest and one of the largest, supplier management associations in the world, which serves professionals and organizations with a keen interest in supply management, providing education, training, qualifications, publications, information, and research. They have around 50,000 members across 90 countries and offer two certified courses on supply management and diversity. 


Somdipto Ghosh

Product Marketing, Zycus Inc.
somdipto.ghosh@zycus.com
Direct: 1 866 563 9219

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