As important as the right features are to the success of the product, equally important is the ability of the provider to support that product now and in the future. This template should assist in that effort.
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How do you decide which application package vendors are suitable candidates for your project? Make sure industry and in-house benchmark standards factor into the mix.
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Need some help with preparing your vendor contract? This presentation will help with the management of delivery and your relationship with the vendor.
Outsourcing your software development project is risky, but it can be a cost-effective business move if you select your outsourcing partners very carefully. Use this checklist of criteria to evaluate a candidate vendor's reputation, stability, capability, cost and overall ability to deliver.
After more than 20 years in the financial services industry, this writer thought he knew exactly what to anticipate moving into his new role as a software vendor project manager. He was wrong...
This Vendor Qualifications Evaluation details a complete description of the expected level of service and performance to be provided by prospective vendors.
When I speak with human resource professionals and the vendors they use, I often get contrasting feedback about the relationship. More to the point, I get quite a few complaints from vendors about the communication provided from management on services provided. Naturally, when I approach the professionals responsible for those same vendors' relationships, the response I get can be the complete opposite. What's going on? Basically there has been a lack of communication and, most of all, vendor management. Let's review how to cut through the endless cold calls and get the best results from the vendors you do retain for your projects.
We can’t always do it all ourselves. Choosing the right vendor is critical to your project’s success. Ensuring your goals are aligned, conducting deep due diligence, and creating a win-win scenario will get you there. This article looks at approaches to help you gather accurate information about your vendor and their capabilities.