Purchasing process and methods, organization, supplier selection, strategic sourcing, e-procurement, supplier relationship management.
More than 20 years of industry experience
CFPIM and CSCP certified (www.apics.org))
Registered professional engineer in Italy since 1988. Master's engineering (MEng) degree - 5 years APICS CFPIM and CSCP certified (www.apics.org) APICS Master CPIM Instructor APICS Master CSCP Instructor(www.apics.org/Education/apics_recognized_instructors.htm) ELA EMLog certified (www.elalog.org) ICMCI CMC certified (www.icmci.org)
Synertrade is very effective: it is used in large corporations above all european based. If you need an in depth comparison for a software selection I can be helpful with a consulting contract together
Dear Phu You can try at these links: http://www.macomb-mi.gov/clerk/PurchasingPolicy.pdf http://www.ehow.com/about_6302979_sample-position-description-purchasing-agent.h http://www.obf.wmich
A guarantee: • Is usually free • It's a promise to sort out any defects with a product or service within a fixed period of time • It's a legally binding contract, even if you didn't pay for it •
Dear Mike, you can find different books on the site: www.ism.ws, giving you the possibility to be certified in the profession (APP, CPM). You can anyway start with the book "The purchasing handbook"
Vendor database software can be found in the most common ERP softwares like SAP, Microsoft Dynamics, or more specifically: http://www.primasoft.com/Deluxeprg/vendor_software_overview.htm You can