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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A reverse auction is used in sourcing between buyers and suppliers. Sellers compete to win the business of ...

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Regional Data Libraries

This document describes aPriori's Regional Data Libraries, provides references to data sources, and explain...