Published in Supply & Demand Chain Executive

By Michael Keeler & Bob Solomon

How to Estimate the Savings

From Equipment Lease Spend Management

Published in May 2016

Fortune 500 companies across a wide variety of industries commonly have an equipment lease spend of $100 million or more. Some spend up to $1 billion annually. Despite its size and ubiquity, leased equipment spend is still poorly managed in most companies. For procurement leaders, poorly managed spend can become a meaningful source of annual savings.

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