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Procurement’s Role in the Generation and Capture of Value in Supply Chains

Only by understanding the limitations around existing measures of performance, and the nature of value for organisations and customers, can purchasers hope to demonstrate the effectiveness and efficiency of its output.

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The purpose of this document is to examine how the output of the purchasing process contributes to the capture, generation, and protection of value, both directly and, indirectly, through the facilitation and enablement of suppliers and supply chains.

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