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Pricing an outsourcing contract

Your company is in the process of negotiating an outsourcing contract for software development. Given the uncertain economic times, should it be priced on a fixed or cost-plus basis? More...


Supplier procurement process

One of the company’s targets for the year is to reduce its purchasing costs and as financial controller you’ve been tasked with implementing and managing the company’s procurement process. Where do you start? More...


Can holding more stock make sense?

Your company has been minimising the amount of cash tied up in working capital by ordering stock on a usage basis. However, one subscriber made significant savings by ordering set quantities of stock. Could this work for you? More...


Reviewing new agreements

You’ve been asked to look over the terms of an agreement with a new supplier to check that they haven’t “missed anything”. What, as a finance person, should you check for? More...


Negotiate to make savings

One of your suppliers has given you notice that because their own costs have risen significantly, they need to pass these increases on to you. Although this won’t hit your figures just yet, what can you do to negate its impact? More...


How to get more business from buyers

The people who work as buyers for your customers are playing an increasing role in purchasing decisions. So how can you benefit by helping your company to secure and develop more business from them? More...
Last updated: 04.06.2020

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