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Four Vendor Management Tips to Make Outsourcing a Win-Win Venture

September 30, 2016 Amit Kachhawa

Outsourcing has been responsible for the success of many companies, but how do you make it work for you? If you want outsourcing to be a win-win venture, there has to be an effort from both parties. The exceptional success that you’re capable of seeing has everything to do with the way that you manage a vendor. Here are four tips on how to see real success.

  1. Share Ideas With Vendors

     
    If you want to strengthen the relationship that you have with an outsourcing provider, make sure that you share information that would help with service. For example, if you have an offshore marketing representative, then telling them about new product designs might be beneficial. Trust is a staple of any business relationship. If you are open and honest about your ideas, it will give them the opportunity to offer better service and to reach your goals.

  2. Collaborate With Vendors

     
    When you choose a vendor to perform a major business function for your company, you clearly trust in their expertise. With that type of trust, there’s no reason not to let them in on strategy meetings. In fact, their team might be able to come up with fresh strategies. There’s a competitive edge that allowing your vendors to strategize with you brings to the table.

  3. Commitment With Vendors

     
    One of the top tips that you can be given is to make sure that there is mutual commitment. Both parties want to succeed, so it makes sense to work together to reach the goal. With your outsourced vendor, you should expect the commitment to delivering the best service possible. Likewise, they are expecting a level of commitment out of you. In order to make sure that you get the best service possible, make sure that you’re paying your fees and providing the correct information and materials necessary to see the goal come into fruition.

  4. Mutual Benefits With Vendors

     
    Call center vendor management requires that you have a contract that is mutually beneficial for you and the vendor in question. It’s important to look at the points that will affect both parties and help them to achieve their goals. It’s important that no matter what negotiations you’re in that you make sure that everyone is benefited.

Don’t let anyone tell you that outsourcing can’t be successful. You can see incredible results that will benefit you and your vendors. In order to make the most out of your business relationship, follow these tips. It can be a win for both parties.

Amit Kachhawa

Amit Kachhawa is the Assistant Vice President for Corporate Strategy. His overall experience of over 14 years has been garnered at various levels at Etech starting his journey as an OCR and thereafter, crossing many milestones and today Amit is an esteemed member of Etech Global Management Team. Amit is responsible for formulating and implementing strategic plans with focus on Digital Marketing including social media, Product Development, Business Development, Reporting and Workforce Management Analytics.