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So There's a Difference? Members Only Content

Frequently as purchasing and supply professionals, we face the challenge of shifting from known to unknown activities which have a similar look and feel, but which at the heart of the transaction contain some fundamental differences. For example, consider the differences between a standard statement of work (SOW) for a particular part or material versus a SOW defining professional services. They both contain a statement of work defining supplier performance, yet their differences need to be understood before you can successfully proceed in this area of negotiation.

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