Heed these warning signs about deals

01/16/2013 | CFO.com

A bundled price, a discount that looks too good and commitments that are based on volume are among the warning signs that a company has signed a bad deal, writes Scott Drobes of Third Law Sourcing. Other warning signs are prices that began as a budget placeholder and agreements that give too much or too little time to renew.

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