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Feb062015

Market Informed Sourcing (MIS) adoption is growing but it is still low.  Why?

Trade Extensions, CEO, Garry Mansell was recently asked by industry blog Spend Matters to give some thought to why adoption of Market Informed Sourcing (MIS) is still relatively low despite impressive results.

Quality of data and appropriateness of the technology for smaller organisations are all cited as possible reasons but interestingly, price is no longer considered a significant barrier to entry.

His article, 'MISsing INACTION' is reproduced as part of our Perspective series and can be read in full here.

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