As category managers move along the path to better (and more sustainable) procurement, after they’ve started asking the right questions to determine what the business really needs, another key area is: Engaging with the suppliers who provide the goods and services.
Have you ever paused to ponder your spend in the maintenance, repair and operations (MRO) category? If you’re like most procurement professionals, you may have not –and for some very good reasons– but there are ways to generate savings here.
In many major manufacturing companies, procurement executives have access to PLM systems and can use information in the systems as they devise sourcing strategies. If that sounds useful, called contract lifecycle management (CLM).
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