Many years ago, this author wrote a blog regarding being able to source and procure virtually anything.
Today’s post is written by Heather Powell, Director of Customer Services & Project Manager at SafeSourcing Inc.
Many years ago, this author wrote a blog regarding being able to source and procure virtually anything, like 5-gallon bottled water for the office. Today, this still holds true, as this author’s previous blog was based on the mantra “If you buy it, we procure it”.
But what does that mean, you ask?
There is nothing we cannot help you purchase. If you buy it today from anywhere, we can run a Request for Proposal or a Request for Quote. These requests will help you determine if your purchase price falls within the market rates today, if you are paying too much in fees and freight, and through our proprietary services based web tools save you 10X ROI. Seriously, there is nothing odd about what we can procure for you. Here are a few examples of unique RFQs and the savings opportunities we achieved for our customers:
- Cotton Candy 16%
- Bundled Firewood 13%
- Ice Bags 29%
- Mud Flaps 34%
- Anti-Fatigue Floor Mats 54%
- Pest Control Services 41%
- Diesel Exhaust Fuel (DEF) 27%
- And yes, Baked Goods 37%
Essentially, this author is stating you can have your cake and eat it too, while saving your company money. SafeSourcing can work with your company to identify purchases and potential saving opportunities through our SafeSpend™ analysis. This presents your company with an overview of where not just the large purchases are but where the small purchases that add up to large purchases are and give you the view into saving potential through our company and various services.
“Life is too short to say no to cake”!
For more information on how SafeSourcing can assist you in exploring your procurement solutions for your business or on our “Risk Free” trial program, please contact a SafeSourcing Customer Service Representative. We have an entire customer services team waiting to assist you today.
We look forward to your comments.
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