Market Intelligence for Supply Professionals


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Thursday, February 7, 2008

What is market intelligence? How can it be used in strategic sourcing? What should you consider when building a market intelligence program? Many companies are finding that information is a critical component of the sourcing process. How much they know about their suppliers and the market helps not only in negotiating, but in controlling costs and determining project success. This program will look at where and how to obtain information and how to use it to achieve success.

Who should attend?

This satellite seminar is designed for supply and logistics management professionals who are currently involved in global category strategy development, who are responsible for identifying new and emerging suppliers in low cost countries, or who have recently participated in sourcing initiatives. It will also be useful for professionals in Engineering, Finance and Business Development who are interested in or are participating in global sourcing strategy or execution, and understanding the impact on total cost and cost of goods sold.

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When you return to the office after the satellite seminar, please let us know your thoughts on this satellite seminar by completing our program evaluation form. Your feedback is very helpful to us as we plan future programs. If you served as a downlink site coordinator for the February 7, 2008 program, we ask that you also complete the Site Coordinator Questionnaire.



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