Order losers - operations strategy, Operation Management

Order Losers - Operations Strategy

These are characteristics which denote poor performance in the operations management function and can cause losses in current or future business orders. 

Here is a list of possible customer buying criteria which may be qualifying or even winning criteria: 

Price 

  • Perceived quality
  • Clarity of documentation
  • Speed of quotation
  • Availability performance

 

Product or service characteristics 

  • After sales support
  • Volume flexibility
  • Stability of continuing customer support
  • Delivery
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