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Redesign Sourcing for Procurement Transformation

Sourcing programs must be designed to meet the unique needs of a company’s procurement function. In an article published at Sourcinginterests.org, Infosys’ expert proposes strategic sourcing models to maximize procurement value and enhance the productivity of sourcing teams.

A robust sourcing structure helps companies -

  • Optimize costs across the supply chain
  • Maximize resource utilization
  • Tap into low-cost sourcing destinations
  • Ensure scalability
  • Delineate strategic sourcing from transactional procurement

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Published with permission of Sourcing Interests Group (SIG)

Author

Kunal Kant

Kunal Kant, Practice Lead, Sourcing and Procurement practice, Infosys BPM

Kunal has over 17 years of experience in Industrial Engineering and Supply Chain Management functions. His papers on various topics of sourcing and quality have been published in several national/ international journals and websites. Kunal is a certified Six Sigma Black Belt and a TPM Instructor. He can be reached at

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