GOLD REPORT ($15,000 USD)
FBDC's flagship product, the GOLD report is based on a proprietary and unique methodology for analyzing price competitiveness. Clients provide their detailed component spend data and FBDC provides a one-for-one price comparison to what other companies are currently paying. The Gold Report analysis is delivered securely and confidentially and no vendor or customer names are ever revealed.
Two key factors differentiate the GOLD report from other benchmarking services or products:
FREE REPORT (FREE)
The FBDC Benchmark Report or 'FREE' Report offers the same total spend and risk analysis as the revolutionary Gold Report but excludes the in-depth and actionable detail. Still very valuable in assessing your spend competitiveness and risk exposure and it's absolutely FREE.
If you're not quite ready to experience the extraordinary value and insight of the FBDC Gold Report, the Benchmark Report is an ideal way to begin the benchmarking process. Once you see the results, you will want to take advantage of all the actionable analysis and detail provided in the industry-leading Gold Report.
Total spend comparison against best-in-class pricing
Total spending performance against best-in-class
Potential savings by eliminating coding duplications
Spend competitiveness rating
Total number of single-source risks
Total number of recommended substitutes for single-source components
M & A REPORT (Please Contact)
The FBDC Merger & Acquisition (M&A) report calculates available savings to acquiring companies by identifying
electronic component pricing disparities within the merged companies, allowing for immediate and actionable savings
through lowest price standardization. This confidential report can be generated pre, post or during any merger or acquisition process.
With the FBDC M&A Report, investment firms, company board of directors and C-level executives now have
access to reliable and highly effective due diligence reporting on component pricing to support their
One FBDC client-a major global OEM-recently identified over $400k in immediate savings during their post-merger consolidation