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Which step in the process do you think is the most important in the purchasing process? Why?
The purchasing process for companies breaks down into eight clear steps. In the first step the company identifies a need, for which the answer is the purchase of a product. The final step is the execution of a purchase contract. [ The steps in between build an organized, informed process that results in the company purchasing the right product for the need from a qualified supplier whose
product is the most durable for the price. Identify Need Identify the need for a product purchase. For example, a lawn company wants to offer mowing services to its clients. To do this it needs to purchase a mower. Thus, the need to make a purchase of a product, a mower, is identified. ]
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