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How Do You Maintain Coherence Between Sourcing, Procurement, and Accounts Payable

This spring, Spend Matters UK published a great paper on The Five Principles of Sourcing by the public defender which outlined five key principles that must be followed for successful sourcing. They were alignment, openness, rigour, commerciality, and coherence. Coherence is key — if the entire sourcing process doesn’t work together, it doesn’t work at […]
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