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In today’s complex markets, where budgets are tight, supply risk is real and prices move quickly, companies need insight to proactively navigate markets, mitigate risk and ensure optimal inventory.

IHS Supply Management solutions can help you reduce costs through more strategic and informed purchasing decisions. Get insight into critical input costs, long-term availability, supply disruption risks and market demand dynamics. Our analyst team delivers objective, defensible analysis that leverages 40+ years of supply management experience, in-depth industry and economic expertise, proven methodologies and vast proprietary databases—including 500,000+ historic prices and 4,000+ forecasts, costs, and wages.

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