Carters 10c Evaluation model

If you’ve seen our guide on Supplier Evaluation, you’ll know that there are several models which can be used to help you construct your supplier appraisal process.

Carters 10C evaluation model offers a framework of 10 criteria that can be used to assemble appropriate screening questions to evaluate suppliers and their ability to perform.

Not only does Carters 10C shine a light on some of the criteria that you should consider, but it also highlights the importance of obtaining credible data/information about your supplier and the challenges you might face in assessing it.

So in this article, we’ll be looking at Carters 10C Evaluation model; we’ll be covering:

What is Carter’s 10C Evaluation Model? What are the 10c’s? Why does an organization need to evaluate its suppliers? Who is Ray Carter What is the history of the model What are the benefits of the model What are the issues with the model

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