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Evaluating Your FAK: Identify the Flaws in Your Pricing Program

Maybe less than you think. If it's been awhile since you last reviewed it, your FAK could be costing you extra.

September 05, 2013

FAK agreements are one way to streamline your supply chain for both savings and efficiency. A successful, strategic FAK means finding a balance that is right for your company’s situation.

  • Understand industry influences that can affect your agreement
  • Correct internal flaws that may lead to FAK failure
  • Follow five steps to develop a more successful FAK strategy

 

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