GEP is proud to announce yet another guest blog post on Spend Matters. This post is by Joel Johnson and talks about 3D printing and what it means for the future of procurement. What are some of the emerging trends and what does that mean for the future of procurement? Read the post here and make sure to visit Spend Matters for more posts in the future!
3D Printing: What Additive Manufacturing Means for the Future of Procurement
May 03, 2013
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