Dealing with a multitude of indirect categories can be daunting. Inconsistent structures and processes across regions, limited spend data visibility and non-standard metrics are just a few of the obstacles that can impede decision-making and stunt growth.
A leading global foods manufacturer was facing these exact challenges. GEP was brought on board to refine the client’s sourcing and category management, create organizational capacity and ensure adherence to policies and codes of conduct.
This new case study, How a Global Consumer Foods Company Saved 20% on MRO Procurement, details how GEP helped the company achieve significant improvements in their indirect category management process and stay on track to realize $50 million in savings from a managed spend of $1 billion.
This case study is essential reading for procurement leaders seeking to optimize their indirect category management and achieve substantial cost savings.