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Set up your Contracts for Active Management

Contracts are an often overlooked asset in an organisation. In fact they are frequently not even regarded as an asset. The proper setting out of ...

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Evaluating new Suppliers

Understanding how to select a new supplier id very dear to our hearts at SuppliersOf.com. Our ultimate aim is to make this process as simple and st...

3/21/2015

Lean Supply Chains

Lean Methodology has been used in manufacturing for decades and in technology for year, but has only recently been applied to Supply Chain Manageme...

3/21/2015

Reduce the risk of SaaS lock-in

SaaS or Software as a Service is a modern trend for delivering the functionality of a software package as a service rather than as something that y...

3/20/2015

Standardize on Standards

Standards are an excellent data-point to add to your evaluation matrix when deciding on your shortlist of suppliers. They give a sense of confidenc...

3/20/2015

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