Over the past year APD has helped clients achieve 8-10% savings on $80 million of resins spend. This on-demand webinar will provide an update on trends likely to impact resin availability and pricing in 2019 and an understanding of how others are using feed stock cost models to understand and manage pricing.
Inflation has not been a problem that Motor Vehicle Parts has had to face in the last 90 years. With shortages and some pricing clearly on the move, should we be prepared for inflation that cannot be offset by productivity?
A fast-paced webinar for purchasing professionals who negotiate with suppliers to achieve the best pricing possible. Learn best practices for analyzing supplier quotes against should-be cost models, understanding supplier cost structures and steps for successful price negotiations.
Check out this review of APD’s ProcureForce, software that helps purchasing make better decisions and get better results. You’ll see how ProcureForce can easily send e-RFQs to suppliers, evaluate supplier quotes and quickly respond to sales with a buyer estimate.
Learn how to deal with customers pushing sales people for fast and accurate quotes for new programs and potential design changes. These compressed time windows do not provide adequate time for purchasing to obtain quotes from suppliers.
ProcureForce is APD’s technology platform that provides buyers with a direct look into supplier cost structures, enabling organizations to build and apply should-be cost models to achieve unparalleled savings. Learn how the RFQ process is much more efficient with built-in E-Sourcing functionality, and buyers have the analytics at their fingertips to collaborate with suppliers to optimize costs, both on existing products and new programs.
Increasing value from the supply chain can be achieved through should-be costing and a collaborative approach to cost management. In this webinar we show key collaborative cost processes and how they are supported and optimized by APD’s ProcureForce software.
58% of the CEO’s we surveyed questioned the value their purchasing organizations drop to the bottom line. An often cited statistic is that 70-80% of a products cost structure is determined during the time it is being developed.