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Making It Count - Capturing and Measuring Procurement Cost Savings

Show us the savings. Sounds simple, but divergent views among your company’s senior leaders on exactly what constitutes true savings, and how to measure them, can make for some frustrating discussions. But it doesn’t have to be that way. In a new GEP-sponsored white paper, Making it Count: Capturing and Measuring Procurement Cost Savings, Shahid Bhatty of ISG shares ten effective techniques to precisely measure cost reduction and cost avoidance in any procurement program.


In a new GEP-sponsored white paper, Making it Count: Capturing and Measuring Procurement Cost Savings, Shahid Bhatty of ISG shares ten effective techniques to precisely measure cost reduction and cost avoidance in any procurement program. These are tips you can use right away to achieve better understanding and more productive outcomes.


 

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