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- Information and priorities should be shared.
Sharing information and priorities with your vendors is essential for vendor management success.
- Maintain a healthy balance of commitment and competition.
One of the objectives of vendor management is to earn your vendors’ commitment to assist and support your company’s operations.
- Allow key vendors to assist you with your strategy.
If a vendor provides a critical component or service to your business, invite them to strategic discussions involving the product they work with.
- Long-term partnerships should be formed.
Long-term relationships are prioritized by vendor management over short-term profits and marginal cost savings.
- Attempt to comprehend your vendor’s business as well.
Remember that your provider is also in the business of making money. If you rely on them to decrease expenses all the time, quality will deteriorate or they will go out of business.