Are you addressing MRO in the right way? Or is your company still subscribing to the outdated approach where “I win, suppliers lose?”
Tenzing clarifies the best strategies when approaching the MRO category and its valuable suppliers. With over 15 years delivering expertise to companies all over the world, Tenzing has accumulated a deep well of insight. We’ve interviewed the best-of-the-best and collected their insights into one insightful roadmap.
“We’ve worked with some talented experts and great organizations for almost 20 years,” states Thom McLeod, co-founder of Tenzing. “They all have great stories and insights into this complex category. MRO is an undeniable opportunity and Tenzing wanted to share these insights with the global procurement community so others can leverage them at their own company. We know that CPO’s strive to continuously deliver value to their company and clients. We hope our guide, “7 Key MRO Insights Every CPO Should Know” will help CPOs in their mission.”
What is MRO and Why is it Important?
As many in procurement know, MRO stands for Maintenance, Repair, and Operations. It includes all the goods and services a company needs to make its products and keep itself running. It’s important because, without it, the company ceases to operate.
MRO is the stuff you need to make the stuff you sell.
Tenzing is proud to provide the “7 Key MRO Insights Every CPO Should Know.” Our experts have found that a holistic approach to strategically sourcing MRO offers the promise of significant value because it incorporates both part and process costs. With achievable savings targets of 10-15%, the opportunity is hard to deny.
The Tenzing team hopes you gain actionable insight into your MRO category. Tenzing will also make available our MRO experts should you have specific questions related to your specific situation.