The study was aimed at establishing the relationship between multiple
sourcing and performance. The objectives included the effect of
tactical sourcing, multiple sourcing on performance of organizations.
The problem of interest included poor quality and supply rehabilitee
for the performance of the organization
The study adopted a design of qualitative and quantitative approach
and used focus group discussion, interviews and self administered
The sample was 20 and 60% of the responses were from male and
reasons for multiple sourcing included price, quality and stock
The study realised 95% of the responses agree that purchasing
functions contributes to organization's performance. It concluded
multiple sourcing creates strong relationship between the vendor and
the buyer. The study recommended the management envist the
purchasing policies, proper planning for requirements and measuring
of performance of purchasing function.
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