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Vendor Management Tasks/Roles Cheat Sheet

November 14, 2018 | Tools & Templates | Vendor and Partner Management

There are many ways to structure a vendor management program. Here we examine two approaches (traditional and distributed) and detail the vendor management tasks required as well as who within the organization should handle each one. 
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