Buyers Meeting Point Reviews iProcure Assessment

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Buyers Meeting Point reviews the Purchasing Practice iProcure Assessment with a positive thumbs up, concluding: We often talk about the need for procurement to become more strategic. But the discourse is often no more detailed than that. This assessment provides an excellent opportunity to get the conversation started, and make meaningful capability improvement a real opportunity. BMP highlighted the following … Read More

PurchasingAssessments.com is open for business

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We have worked hard to expand our products and services to respond to a clients procurement capability talent needs. The result is purchasingassessments.com, the home of our great new products iProcure and iProcure Analytics. Together they provide our clients with unprecedented visibility into their personal and enterprise procurement talent capabilities.

iProcure official launch

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Purchasing Practice is pleased to announce the official launch of it’s iProcure Platform designed provide a detailed analysis of your procurement teams development opportunities. From who to hire, to whom to promote, to where to develop, iProcure provides critical data to make effective, informed talent decisions Standard assessments or a customized profile tailored to your needs Assess large numbers of … Read More

Procurement Savings Contribute to Alcoa Surprise Profit

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4/10/2012 5:45 PM ET (RTTNews) – Aluminum producer Alcoa, Inc. (AA: News ) said Tuesday after the markets closed that its first quarter profit fell 69% from last year, as higher costs and expenses more than offset a small increase in revenue. However, the company’s quarterly earnings surprised Wall Street analysts who were expecting the company to report a loss … Read More

Apple’s Suppliers Pressed to Improve Workers’ Lot

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A day after Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, toured a Chinese factory where the company’s products are made, an audit commissioned by Apple criticized the long hours and dangerous working conditions at plants run by Foxconn, the operator of the factory Mr. Cook visited last week. read more