Are You Overpaying for Your Outsourced Parts?

In this white paper, we take a look at a simple, effective methodology for identifying which parts are driving cost inefficiencies, prioritizing them, and finding a more efficient supplier price  (whether through renegotiation with your existing supplier, changing to a more cost-effective manufacturing process, searching for a new supplier or re-designing the product). 

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How to Set and Achieve Cost Targets to Increase Profitability
How to Set and Achieve Cost Targets to Increase Profitability

tips and best practices that top manufacturing companies use to set and achieve product cost targets

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Your Should-Cost Estimate is NOT Accurate, but that’s Okay
Your Should-Cost Estimate is NOT Accurate, but that’s Okay

As manufacturing companies are feeling increased pressure to improve and, in the worst-case scenario, secur...