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EPE'09 - European Procurement Excellence

abstract Top Performance in Purchasing

– The Route to European Procurement Excellence (EPE) –

This benchmarking study is intended to enable participating companies to assess the current performance level of their purchasing departments and compare them to the best practices in their line of business.

The European Procurement Excellence (EPE) Index enables companies to...

... evaluate the relative performance of their purchasing endeavor,
... focus on best practices across diverse business fields and identify the improvement potential that can be applied to their own purchasing performance.

The results of the study identify clear-cut improvement goals and delineate best practices in the field of purchasing.

Advantages of participating in this benchmarking study:

An exclusive and custom-tailored benchmarking report will outline all test results and compare your company's responses with the results of all participants in the study (both within your industry and across all sectors), and it will be effectively presented within your firm.

Options (available as desired):
Listing your company by name (and/or you as manager) in the final report. The listing will appear separately from testing results so that the anonymity of your company's responses are absolutely guaranteed.
   
keywords Purchasing, Excellence, Supply Management, European Benchmarking
   
partner ADL Athur D. Little
type benchmarking project
status completed
start of project 2009
end of project 2009
principal BME - Bundesverband Materialwirtschaft, Einkauf und Logistik e.V.
additional informations
topics Benchmarking-Study, Purchasing, Supply Management, Excellence, Europe
methods Survey, Benchmarking
contact Erik Hofmann