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What CFOs should expect from CPOs

The narrow, traditional view of a chief procurement officer is that they organise the buying of stuff – even if some of that isn’t stuff at all but services – in a timely, efficient, and cost effective manner. There’s only one problem with that view – it’s wrong.

In truth, the role of the CPO is far more complex. To be highly effective in today’s market, CPOs need to deliver in seven key areas…

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