KPMG's Neil Casey explores the value of centralised procurement in the commercial strategies of multinational enterprises.
Increasingly, multinational enterprises (MNEs) across all industries are focusing on driving through procurement savings by centralising the management of certain procurement activities. Business operating models that use a centralised purchasing and sourcing approach have become more prevalent over the past 10 years, and centralised procurement is playing a bigger part in the overall commercial strategy to drive value within an organisation.
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This article originally appeared in the Irish Tax Review Issue 3 2016 and is reproduced here with their kind permission.
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