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Diff between E-sourcing and Sourcing in SRM

hi,

i just need some clarification beween E-sourcing and Sourcing in SRM differs.

where exactly the functionlaity and application differs in these things

kindly clarify on this

regards

subhash

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 10:50 AM

    Hi,

    There is no such difference in the sourcing ad e-sourcing in SRM.

    Basically E-sourcing is nothing but the sourcing which is done electronically(online).

    For more details gothrough the below details-

    The SAP E-Sourcing application can help you maximize savings through fast, flexible, and sustainable sourcing. With multiple delivery options, such as hosted and on-premise, only SAP addresses the supplier relationship management needs of your entire organization u2013 now and in the future.

    The SAP E-Sourcing application enables negotiation activities, including:

    Spend analysis

    Category and project management

    Requests for proposals, information, and quotation

    Forward and reverse auctions

    Contract generation and management

    Supplier management

    The SAP E-Sourcing application helps you attain bottom-line savings and accelerate time to benefit by cutting costs and encouraging user adoption. Together with the SAP SRM application, SAP E-Sourcing gives you a complete sourcing-to-contract management process u2013 with several points of entry into the process, multiple delivery model options, and a seamless migration path to transform your purchasing functions.

    Regards,

    Sachin

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 11:02 AM

    Hi

    Please see this blog for quick understanding of e-sourcing

    /people/marko.navala/blog/2009/02/02/sap-e-sourcing-integration-to-erp-and-srm

    regards

    Muthu

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 27, 2009 at 11:26 AM

    sachin and Muthu

    thanks for the information

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