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Vendor Management Software and Quality Assurance

Discussion in 'ISO 9001:2015 - Quality Management Systems' started by Lisa Bragg, Jun 4, 2020.

  1. Lisa Bragg

    Lisa Bragg New Member

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    Hi,

    My company has recently decided to install a vendor management software to help with the process in the department. We wee facing quite a lot of issues regarding productivity and quality of service delivered. We as a company believe that quality is more important than the quantity of products we deliver.

    Vendor management was a pain point for our department as there were a lot of vendors and suppliers with whom we dealt with monthly, but could not keep it well documented. This is when we decided to go with a software that could help us keep a proper record of vendors.

    It has indeed saved us a lot of time and energy enabling our team to focus more on the quality part. We mainly deal with farm products and is planning to create a quality check list. Could you suggest some important points to be taken care of and a decent quality measurement technique for us to start with? We are a small sized organization.
     
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  2. Andy Nichols

    Andy Nichols Moderator Staff Member

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    Welcome Lisa!

    What is the checklist to be used for? I'm guessing you mean for incoming inspections, since you are talking about vendors and vendor management. As an ex-supply chain manager, this can be a complex topic. For anyone here to be able to answer your questions with clarity, we'd need to know a lot more about your needs - otherwise we'd be "assuming" and you know what THAT means...
     
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