Technology is a great asset which minimizes our efforts and provides significant process improvements. But what about the horror stories we keep hearing about botched implementations and other disasters? Companies deploy a Vendor Management System (VMS) for increased control of the hiring process, risk mitigation, cost savings – both hard and soft, improved quality of hires, reduction in time spent on hiring and on-boarding, better invoice and bill processing, and/or an overall improvements in efficiency. How does one make sure that the Vendor Management System (VMS) is implemented efficiently to offer the promised benefits?
When choosing a software provider, pay attention to their deployment capability. Look carefully at what they are offering and what their track record in client implementations is. What can they tell you about the time taken to complete a similar program for another client? Before being impressed by their claims of major global implementations and handling of a humongous number of transactions, ask for the details.
Some questions to be answered:
If you are not convinced by the vendor’s responses to these questions, explore further before making a commitment. The results will prove far more than satisfactory and actually ensure a successful implementation.
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