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CAPS News - 16 Dec 2020

CAPS launches boosted membership features in New Year

Get inspired, connect with your peers, and advance your practice with a whole host of new membership features. [Introducing new CAPS Enterprise membership]

What's in your Category Management strategy playbook?

A new CAPS report outlines best practices for category management playbooks. Does yours include these 7 steps? [Read about the playbook in the blog]

Is your supply base safe and protected from cyber threats?

This weekend’s news of a U.S. security breach and a calculated infiltration surfaces the importance of safeguarding your entire supply base. We’ll be releasing two research papers in early 2021 on this critical topic, and many more are available now to CAPS members.
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Leveraging new technology to accelerate supply chain automation

As companies are increasingly automating and digitizing, is your organization’s technology on-course to keep you competitive? 
[Read more in Supply Chain Brief]

Price Benchmarking and more reports available now

For global purchasing categories procured in multiple geographies, 61% of companies said they compare pricing between geographies. 

[Newly-unlocked reports in the CAPS Library: Price Benchmarking  | Procurement Analytics  | Managing Supplier Quality | Procure-to-Pay Metrics]

How the pandemic caused an entire industry to quick-pivot

A new study explores what happens when an entire outlet of your supply chain disappears. 
[Read more in ASU Now]

Pharma distributors responsible for smooth supply chain ops

The impact of COVID-19 has caused distributors to redesign allocation programs, but in the “new normal,” they confront unique challenges with a COVID-19 vaccine ready to enter the commercial market.
[Read more in Supply Chain Dive]

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