Indirect Procurement: Maturity Scale Definitions for Suppler Relationship Management
Based on the research behind a new framework for Indirect Procurement, there is a range of maturity amongst procurement organizations.
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For each of the areas of our Benchmarking Study we developed a scale along the continuum of “Do Nothing” on the one end, and “High Level of Maturity” on the other end. Each respondent was asked to rate their level of maturity based on this continuum/scale. Click here to read the full report on a new framework for Indirect Procurement from the March/April issue of SCMR.
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