Procurement has a lot more on its plate today, but its essential mission — acquiring the right products, at the right time, at the right price — has not changed. Should-cost analysis is an increasingly important tool for procurement organizations that want to maximize savings and value.
In this new white paper — Digital Should-Cost Analysis: How Technology Can Help Optimize Sourcing and Unlock Value — GEP’s experts explain how this new digital model has been made possible by new technologies and why it’s far superior to manual, DIY calculations. The paper also outlines steps for developing a custom-fit should-cost model that will serve as a strategic decision-making tool, enabling better negotiations and better supplier selection.
Why Read It:
- The real value of should-cost analysis for procurement
- The technology foundation: AI and machine learning integrated with existing systems
- Four steps for developing digital should-cost capability for your enterprise
A must-read for procurement professionals who want to jump-start cost savings and make measurable improvements in the value chain.