I am an analyst with ****, a global professional services firm that specializes in delivering high-value procurement research services to corporations across industries. The project is primarily on supplier performance evaluation in nuclear engineering services industry. Broadly, nuclear engineering services include services such as control systems, design, electrical engineering, health, safety and environment, mechanical engineering, manufacturing engineering, and safety and reliability
we are looking at the following information:
1. What are the key parameters/matrices that clients typically use (or which in your opinion clients should use) in evaluation of nuclear engineering suppliers performance?
A. Please mention the key performance indicators (kpis) for the following parameters:
vi. Are there any other important parameters to evaluate suppliersâ performance in nuclear engineering space?
B. Can you rate/rank the kpis/parameters in the order of their importance?
C. How are these kpis measured?
D. What is the frequency of measuring these parameters?
2. Can you share some real-life case studies of how clients evaluate their nuclear engineering service suppliers performance, elaborating on the various kpis used by them?
3. How are clients charged for nuclear engineering services?
A. What are the pricing models followed?
B. What is the typical markup/margin charged by nuclear engineering service providers in the industry?+12 Other Responses
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