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Companies today are re-evaluating how they manage supplier relationships, for a number of reasons. Many organizations have experienced unexpected interruptions in their supply chains over the past few years, whether due to natural disasters or political unrest, because the global financial crisis forced key suppliers to close their doors, or because tight liquidity prevented suppliers from scaling to meet the company’s new levels of demand.

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