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10 Attributes to Succeed in Contracting

Published: 20 Nov 2015 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: IACCM

Of course you care about the bottom line. But do you have any sense of how much money you are losing each day through underperforming contracts? And how do successful organizations prevent this contract value leakage?

On average, organizations could be generating over 9% improvement to their bottom line by applying 10 attributes that are adopted by the most successful professionals.

The enclosed document highlights 10 attributes in your contracting process that are mostly likely to prevent contract value leakage -- and also to to improve the quality of your customer and supplier relationships.

For the corresponding document on the 10 pitfalls to avoid in contracting please follow the link below.

 
 
 

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