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Supplier Relationship Management in Canada

  • Tara Hartley

Abstract

For this paper, the definition of Supplier Relationship Management (SRM), is the definition used in the House of Sourcing and Supply Management [1], as a dyad-level relationship, positioned between narrow supply management, understood as the management of a relationship within a specific contract, and broader supply chain management, understood as the relationships of suppliers, sub-contractors and input providers from the most basic elements through to delivery to the end user. Additional references to this relationship structure are referred to simply as “the House”.

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