RS Components (RS), has published its 2020 Indirect Procurement Report. ‘The Evolution of MRO Procurement’ explores how the category of maintenance, repair & operations (MRO) is managed. In partnership with The Chartered Institute of Procurement & Supply, this annual report, now in its fourth edition, is the result of a survey conducted among 1001 procurement professionals globally.
Covering the opportunities and pressures procurement professionals have faced this year, and the profound impact of the COVID-19 crisis on the profession, the survey includes global respondents from sectors including manufacturing, public sector, energy, logistics & retail, transport & defence, and technology, covering job functions from operational through to senior and director level. It focuses on how businesses have managed to adapt, evolve and thrive while having to operate within a global pandemic.
The 2020 white paper can be found on Connected Thinking https://www.rs-connectedthinking.com/en/insights-1-1/2020-indirect-procurement-report>
RS Components launched Connected Thinking in 2016, a website which provides advice and best practice for professionals within the Indirect category of MRO. Connected Thinking features contributors with knowledge on the category, including senior leaders from RS, industry experts and CIPS.
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