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Obsessed with how companies manage, spend and save money, Jason writes about procurement, trade and supply chain issues @ Spend Matters. He has significant first hand experience developing and marketing technology and services products, has advised numerous companies on sourcing and related techniques as well as M&A pursuits.  In previous lives before tech, he was a management consultant and merchant banking analyst.

One response to “Japan’s Tsunami Disaster Brings Commodity and Product Shortages”

  1. product management

    For a consumer, choosing a product is a matter of comparing the facts, price and some more great features as well. This is now getting more importance, because there is much competition in the market for each and every product. The consumer judges the case and decides who is telling the truth, which has the most evidence that is relevant to their needs, and ultimately who is the best product to use or best business service.