By Paul Cousins, Richard Lamming, Benn Lawson, Brian Squire
This foreign textual content blends demonstrated idea and present perform to supply accomplished strategic assurance of this vast and consistently constructing quarter of offer managment.
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Qxd 16/11/2007 03:22PM Page 7 Chapter 1 · The supply challenge 7 simple matter of spending money in acquiring an item. It is actually a perfectly good term and describes exactly what is going on. e. both the practice of buying and the office in an organisation responsible for doing it). Differentiation between these two has been made without general agreement; some say that procurement is the more strategic of the two while purchasing is the day-to-day activity; others say exactly the reverse. We consider such wordplay is specious.
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S. Components is an example of an organisation coordinating its entire supply chain activities. R. S. Components provide a catalogue service to industrial and service firms. The catalogue covers all manner of items, ranging from transistors and resistors through to large-scale transformers and other heavy-duty equipment. This firm viewed itself primarily as a logistics and marketing operation, with purchasing performing the service role of providing the goods at the right time, right price and right quality.