Problems include not knowing the exact services you have, SLA’s for providing the service and whether or not you’re paying too much. Recognizing the “whether or not” in itself is an enormous problem and a difficult task. However, there are unique service offerings and software based toolsets which companies can take advantage of to fully understand their current vendor environment.
Companies, Organizations and Businesses can easily incur monthly expenses ranging from thousands to tens of thousands of dollars each month. Managing the financial component of vendors can be a nightmare! Looking at just telecom you have: Multiple carriers, multiple contracts, introductory offers, equipment, and different locations. Just these factors can lead to poor financial management and procurement processes.
The expansion of digital business, growth of cloud services and increasing regulatory scrutiny of third-party vendor relationships are just a few factors placing a heightened focus on vendor risk management.
But not every vendor relationship is created equal. A true, risk-based approach requires organizations to first segment their vendors based on pre-determined criteria, and then establish an appropriate level of ongoing due diligence and oversight activities based on the assigned level of risk. And while the specific activities may vary across organizations, there are three types of risk you want to be sure to address.
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