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When it comes to contract negotiations, CIOs hold more sway than they think. Next time you negotiate with suppliers, ensure you get a better price from likes of SAP, IBM, Microsoft and Oracle. Access this expert guide to discover vendor negotiation tips for midmarket CIOs working with these vendors from Forrester Senior Analyst Duncan Jones.
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