CROWDFOX Professional case study
E-PROCUREMENT 2.0 - how indirect purchasing will change in the future
Unsatisfied purchasers and requesters, manual processes, many free-text orders, poor purchasing prices and other factors are indications of unrealized potential in indirect procurement. In this case study, various influencing factors will be highlighted. You will see ways in which process costs and purchasing prices can be reduced without large-scale IT projects.
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