• Supply Positioning Model Template

Supply positioning model template is sales matrix presentation displaying four elements of supply positioning. Supply positioning matrix model refers to dividing the spend portfolio by risk and opportunity. With the help of this sales matrix, businesses rank their supplies based on the money spent with the supplier and the level of vulnerability a business has if that supplier fails. This model aids in ordering the efforts and developing supply strategy of company. The lively template design gives a modern view to model for maximum audience engagement. However, the supply positioning concept supports the businesses to develop and implement the right plans. Also, it is the way businesses rank their sources of supplies using a number of elements to determine their performance. It also appraises the level of susceptibility and damage if a supplier fails.

Supply positioning model PowerPoint template contains 11 ppt slides including master diagram,. Each concept can be highlighted with different matrix designs with elaborate text descriptions. Each quadrant shapes highlight the 4 concept of supply positioning model, which includes, Bottleneck, Critical, Leverage, and Routine. The x-axis shows the expenditure and the Y-axis shows the risks and opportunities.

Bottleneck: It contains the items that may halt the smooth running of processes. For instance, the disagreements among managers and employees may cause breakdown for all productive operations.

Critical: The items which are not available or deliver on time. This affects the lucrativeness in operations and also, changes the expenditure value.

Routine: This covers the items minimum critical to the business.

Leverage: Although the items are least critical in leverage as well, however, the spending value is high.

Business presentation of supply positioning model PowerPoint template is an editable matrix diagram designed with colorful graphics and customary layout. So, the users can project different business theories on the same designs. For example, BCG matrix concept for PowerPoint presentation.