Economic Data Creates Procurement Strategies Foundation

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charlene-92   6/23/2017 5:18:57 AM

"While it is important to create a collection of meaningful and relevant data that is appropriate to your business, the following economic measures, and their sources, are a great place to start"
So so true !!

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