PMAB March 2013 Meeting

The Hackett Group's Chris Sawchuk sits with My Purchasing Center to discuss procurement's evolving value amid uncertainty, new priorities (contributing to innovation and revenue generation) and outsourcing to build new capabilities.

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Posted by Georgia McLeester on
This was an excellent and informative presentation. I learned a lot.

Thank you.

Georgia
Posted by savery on
I agree. I think this PMAB meeting was one of the best ever.
Posted by Dan Young on
This was an extremely valuable and informatative meeting. A lot of great metrics and upcoming trends from the Hackett Group along with the key focus sourcing/procurement requirements companies are looking for in a job applicant.
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