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Procurement & Risk Analytics

Asia Research Partners business Intelligence team strongly focused on generating customer delight aimed at developing long term synergistic relationships with our customers. We pride ourselves on our ability to meet high customer expectations on the back of our unwavering emphasis on Quality and on-time delivery.


Asia Research Provides unparalleled depth and breadth of Procurement Analytics services. We have undertaken in-depth research and analysis to help our global clients stay one step ahead of competitors, as well as monitor and manage their critical supply base and chains. Our services, such as spend categorization, supplier KPI analysis, and spend category assessment, have brought direct risk mitigation and value improvement to our clients. Our work here has been recognized by global clients and industry bodies alike, such as the Black Book of Outsourcing and Supply & Demand Chain Executive Magazine.

  1. Sourcing Models.
  2. Sourcing Strategy Development.
  3. Make/Buy Decisions.
  4. Sourcing Best Practices/Recommendations.
  5. Logistics Analysis (Inbound/Outbound Freight Trends, Pricing, and 3PL/4PL Analyses).
  6. Spend Categorization and Analysis.
  7. Spend Cube Development.
  8. Strategic Sourcing Opportunity Assessment.
  9. Supplier KPI Analysis.
  10. Spend Category Assessment.
  11. Spend-Tree Analysis.

Few Recent Case Studies

A detailed three month procurement study done on behalf of a global FMCG player to evaluate the optimal strategy for procurement of Design and EPC services for the manufacturing of plant facilities globally.

Spend Categorization Analysis of different businesses of an India based diversified manufacturer that wanted to understand the key cost heads and spending patterns for rationalizing its cost structure to beef up its margins.

Global Industry Study of the 'Wet Wipes' market and Should Cost analysis of wet wipes in the Asia region, on behalf of a client that wanted to decide between the make or procure strategy for entering into the business