Contracting Excellence Magazine - Jun 2011
Examining The Value Network - Survey Results
IACCM recently partnered with The MPower Group to undertake a survey that looks at current ‘state of the art’ in buyer / supplier relationship management.
The goal of the survey was to develop a deeper understanding of the extent to which companies are achieving better integration with their trading partners and what ‘next practices’ are emerging that will support them in doing so. We found that many organizations are thinking about or are trying to implement collaborative relationships with their trading partners. You can discover more by accessing the report in the IACCM library at https://www.iaccm.com/members/library/files/TMG_IACCM_Survey_report_LY_110525_FINAL_v2.pdf
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