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Fleet Financials – How to Survive in a Procurement Environment

February 7, 2013

With procurement and strategic sourcing becoming more important, but often separate, functions in many corporations, fleet managers are increasingly involved with procurement when purchasing fleet vehicles. This article from a recent issue of Fleet Financials covers what fleet managers need to know when working with procurement professionals.

You can read the complete article here.

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  1. 1. Don Thomson [ February 08, 2013 @ 10:17AM ]

    The article "How to Survive in a Procurment Environment" was excellent. I've been both a purchasing manager and a fleet manager, and sometimes both at once. The purchasing department, remember, like the fleet department, is acting in accord with the employer's higher-level policy. Fleet and purchasing MUST work in tandem to effectively execute the organization's business plan and achieve its goals. Anything else is counter-productive.


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