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ProcurementIQ Launches New Supplier Information Tool
With 2020 bringing on unexpected supply chain disruptions, ProcurementIQ knows it’s more important than ever to shape and strengthen your sourcing strategies.
MRO Markets are Looking Past the Pandemic
Heading into 2021, a number of trends are poised to disrupt business as usual in MRO markets, making it all the more pertinent to consider how MRO procurement strategies can adapt to shifting market norms.
Biden Is Proposing a Revolution in Procurement
President-elect Biden has proposed a cascade of changes to procurement practices in the United States, which would be the greatest mobilization of investments in procurement, infrastructure and research and development since World War II.