Leveraging Procurement for EBITDA Improvement: A CFO’s Guide

: Improving EBITDA Through Procurement

CFO’s Guide to Procurement

A comprehensive guide for any CFO or finance executive looking to gain a deeper understanding of procurement and sourcing. This guide covers why procurement is your most valuable asset, why it is difficult to master, how to spot the signs of savings opportunities and how to get the most out of your spend asset.

  • Procurement as a valuable “asset”
  • Why Procurement is difficult to master
  • How to spot signs of savings opportunity
  • The playbook for leveraging your spend asset

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WHAT’S IN THIS ISSUE

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Procurement – Your Most Valuable Asset

We believe that companies should view their procurement spend as a kind of asset. It may not show up on the balance sheet, but it has the potential to generate a return that is equal to or greater than other assets such as equipment or intellectual capital.

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Why is Procurement So Hard?

When a company negotiates pricing and terms once every three years or so in any one category of expenditure, they are essentially walking onto an uneven playing field. They arecompeting for margin against experts that generally have better data than their customers and certainly have greater market visibility.

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