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How to Use ISO9001 to Achieve 100% Mandated Spend Under Management

Categories: Operations, Procurement Strategy & Planning, Procurement Systems & Architecture, Supply Risk, Supply Risk Management Tags: Plus The latest version of ISO9001 (called ISO9001:2015) is a “quality system” that is really a business management system customers might ask you to get certified in — and that you may in turn ask your suppliers to get certified. The beauty of ISO9001:2015 is that it can actually help you do both of these things simultaneously while also using the power of a customer-required certification as a way to drive internal change management.
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