Incentive Planners at Odds With Procurement, Says IRF Survey

In a new study by the Incentive Research Foundation, 67 percent of respondents said that procurement departments have a negative effect on their ability to plan and implement incentive programs. In addition, 75 percent of participants reported that procurement’s involvement in incentive program planning, supplier selection, and program implementation has increased over the past two years, with 67 percent expecting that involvement to continue to increase through 2010.

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