Assessing Vendors

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  • Author : Josh More
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Pages : 94 pages
  • ISBN : 0124104460
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Assessing Vendors

Assessing Vendors
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Assessing vendors is a tricky process. Large and regulated organizations are forced to demonstrate due diligence in vendor assessment, but often do not know how to do this. This results in a great deal of busywork being required by both the vendors and the organizations. Smaller organizations don't know what to look for and, as a result, often wind up selecting based on price instead of value. This results in service failures and vendors that just milk their customers for

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