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Innovate Vendor Management

The goal of Vendor Management is to ensure value from the relationship between the business and the vendor, reducing costs and potential risks. Sourcing and managing suppliers of content, materials, and instructor resources on a global scale can be a time-consuming and resource-intensive function. Vendor Management Services are prevalent in the staffing environment, particularly when a company employs many temporary staff. Many Vendor Management Services consultancies will provide the above services using a combination of staff and computer systems.

Our vendor management solutions provide the expertise and infrastructure to improve quality, lower cost, and ensure a predictable and consistent level of vendor service throughout the organization.




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Key Features

Having a strong Vendor Management system and process provides you the following benefits:

More efficient costs

By shopping for the most cost-effective provider, it increases efficiencies within the business operations and increases the bottom line.

Reduced risks

The best vendors to do business with are those who present the least amount of operational and financial risk to your business. A strong Vendor Management system finds the most trusted providers in the industry.

Better Performance

Transparency is a key indicator of performance, and a Vendor Management system will facilitate true transparency between your business and the provider. You will be able to track their performance, evaluate and revise throughout the process.

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Indepth Vendor Research

The first goal of Vendor Management is to find the right vendor. This involves researching the most suitable providers and collecting information regarding the pricing, quality of work, performance against requirements, how they treat their employees and their relationships within the industry.

Vendor relationship

The second goal is to establish the proper relationship with the vendor. This requires full transparency between business and provider, including outlining goals, intentions, KPIs and required outcomes. The Vendor Management system will establish strong contractual protections for both parties and ensure that it is focused on the goals of your business.

Once the relationship has begun, the Vendor Management system allows you to track KPIs, maintain your business relationship with the provider and facilitate adjustments or improvements as they are required. This will allow for quality management and trackable delivery, as well as keep costs low and ensuring you have full visibility on the services being provided.