Indirect Procurement and Category Management Study Reveals Valuable Insights
Does your Procurement team deliver value to stakeholders? CASME is conducting a major independent global study to analyse the various functions of indirect procurement and category management. The study examines the extent to which Procurement is a critical business partner by analysing whether the team is recognised and credible among stakeholders, and by comparing the different approaches that global organisations apply to category management.
We’ve invited the heads of indirect procurement teams and those working at category manager level to contribute to an online benchmarking survey, and the opportunity still exists to join many others who’ve already participated.
In return for taking part, eligible participants will receive the final unattributed Procurement Examiner report when published.
The scope of the Indirect Procurement and Category Management survey includes:
- How stakeholders perceive Procurement - including business partners, points of contact and objectives
- Approaches to category management - structure, core objectives and category plans
- Detailed supplier data - volumes and SRM programmes
- Spend analysis - wide-ranging analysis of the use of purchase orders, e-Auctions and approved suppliers.