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With material and component shortages forecast to last well into 2023, supply chain volatility more prevalent than ever, and billions of dollars at stake - it's time for a smarter and more complete approach to commodity management and sourcing strategies.
Commodity IQ data indicates that shortages will last into the second half of 2023. Commodity managers need solutions and cannot simply ride out the storm.
Most sourcing and procurement leaders are relying on static and limited data across multiple sources. This lack of visibility leads to blind spots in sourcing strategies.
A lack of long-term strategic focus means that many leaders are focused on fighting fires and not looking ahead or developing opportunities with new suppliers.
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