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March 6, 2017
Delivering Real Value through Strategic Sourcing
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A well-designed supply chain coupled with strategic sourcing can produce huge savings for organizations, but too often, those savings fail to hit the bottom line. Fortunately, when savings do not materialize, the root causes are predictable and can be avoided. Drawing from over 30 years of experience helping companies drive real value through strategic sourcing, Julie Diehl shares tips in this short video for ensuring your sourcing savings impact the bottom line.


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