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LOW-BIDDING IS NO WAY TO LOWER COST

Published: 14 Aug 2017 Average Rating: unrated Print
 

Author: Dr. David M. Anderson

Going for the low-bidder is something we management consultants have been trying to discourage for years, but now it has seen a resurgence just because it is easy to do on the internet. This comes at a time when many purchasing functions are under heavy pressure to A use the net and B get into e-commerce.

 

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