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Best Practices to Improve Buying Decisions in the Age of Information Overload

Published: 30 July 2020

ID: G00723171

Analyst(s): Procurement Research Team

Summary

Purchase decisions often involve excessive information collection and rework. Procurement leaders can avoid adding more information that inadvertently slows down buying decisions by instead helping buying groups make sense of already collected information — playing the role of information navigator.

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