ICT can use some Best Value Procurement
Best Value Procurement (BVP) is a purchasing method in which the client deals with the supplier that delivers the highest value at the best price. The method shows good results, particularly in large, unique and (technically) complex projects.
The application of BVP for the procurement of complex ICT projects is therefore obvious. Supply Value and Radboud University Nijmegen investigated how the application of various elements of BVP within European contracted ICT projects has a positive effect on the performance (turnaround time, costs and customer satisfaction) of these projects.
In total, more than 150 European contracted ICT projects were examined. The most important results of this research were published in the February issue of the purchase magazine Deal! from the NEVI. Do you want to read the entire article? Download the article here for free:
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