The Road to Should-Be Costs Part 1

“How much will it cost?” may be the most frequently asked question of purchasing professionals. Sales may want to deliver a quick quotation to the customer; engineering may want to present design change options to the customer or finance want to evaluate a potential change. Oftentimes, there is not time to go to the suppliers to obtain an answer.

This white paper describes should-be costing methods we have seen used effectively in manufacturing. Download to learn proven methods for predicting costs for new business pursuits and design optimization, as well as negotiating pricing with suppliers.

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