Supplier Performance Management
10 Places to Capture More Value AFTER the Contract Has Been Signed
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Thursday, June 22, 2017 2:00PM
Bob Trebilcock, Executive Editor, Supply Chain Management Review
Mark Trowbridge, CPSM, C.P.M., MCIPS, Principal, Strategic Procurement Solutions, LLC
You’ve negotiated a contract with your supplier, signed the deal, and then what? Studies have shown that an ‘additional’ 5% to 12% in cost reductions may be available in contracted supplier relationships. But far too few organizations identify and capture those potential opportunities until the agreement is ready to expire.
In this webinar, procurement expert Mark Trowbridge will explore 10 places where additional value can be found in a company’s highest-value provider relationships throughout the supply chain - AFTER the contract has been signed including:
- The Importance of Supplier Relationship Management
- Benefits To Be Gained From Contracted Suppliers
- Supplier Management Techniques To Capture Greater Value
- Five “No Cost” Sources for Immediate Value
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