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Master Thesis

L’impact des outils algorithmiques sur l’acheteur de demain : de nouveaux chemins vers la performance achats ?

Abstract : Procurement departments have undergone major changes over the centuries. They evolve and adapt to the environment : wars, globalization, competition, and the deployment of the Internet have allowed this function to have different missions and objectives. In a new, increasingly complex and uncertain world, procurement departments will continue to evolve. In the future, they will have to adapt very quickly and be agile in the face of ever increasing competition. Thanks to algorithmic tools such as artificial intelligence and blockchain, buyers and procurement departments in general will finally be able to meet the challenges and strategies of companies. These tools will revolutionize the business world and will require them to reorganize their economic model in order to prosper. This paper aims to show how the implementation of algorithmic tools will allow buyers to refocus on value-added activities and thus contribute to purchasing performance.
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Eva Kuhn. L’impact des outils algorithmiques sur l’acheteur de demain : de nouveaux chemins vers la performance achats ?. Gestion et management. 2021. ⟨dumas-03541930⟩

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